Monday, December 3, 2012

France and Britain recall ambassadors to Israel, because Israel will allow Jews to build in their own land!

France and Britain have warned Israel that they are ready to recall their ambassadors, over Israel’s decision to build more Jewish homes in Jerusalem, according to press reports.

Everyone expected that a move from Israel to build new settlements in previously off limits territory just outside of a Jerusalem area known as E1, will bring international condemnation. However, few have guessed it would send ambassadors from European nations fleeing Israel.

According to a recent report from an Israeli newspaper, that's exactly what diplomats from France and Britain are thinking. Specifically, the newspaper report cited senior European diplomats as saying that the two countries are considering "the unprecedented step of recalling their ambassadors." One diplomat told the newspaper: "This time it will not be just words. Real action will be taken against Israel."

Benjamin Netanyahu, to begin construction in the 4.6 square mile E1 area, a move that many believe will ruin the chances of a two-state solution and cause conflict in the region.
The sobering news comes just three days after the widely publicized and controversial decision by 
The strip of land outside Jerusalem was captured by Israel in the 1967 war from Jordan. The strip of land connects the Jewish settlement of Maale Adumim to Jerusalem. However, the new 3000 unit project that will be built on that land will also cut off Ramallah and Bethlehem from Jerusalem, “making a contiguous Palestinian state backed by the United Nations last week, practically impossible," according to experts in the region.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Let em go home. Who needs them. They're muslim countries already.