Can we Have Peace in the Holy Land
1) Refugees issues:
a. Get compensated for the lost land they had and compensatory damages similar to
what Jews got paid for the holocaust.
b. Granted citizenship of the country they reside in
c. Have no legal rights to return
a. Be a country within a country similar to the Vatican in Rome
b. Ran by all three major religious group with a head person and two deputies and
alternating every x years
3) Palestinian living in Israel:
a. Give up the right of having a state within Israel, WAKE UP “Hamas” & “Fatah”
war been lost
b. Israel with its claim as being the most democratic nation (nice joke), give the
Palestinian a full Israelis citizenship and full rights like the rest of the Israelis
population and assimilate them into the country.
c. Remove the wall being built, if East and West Germany can do it why in the 21
century we are doing segregation? Once the majority of Palestinian prospers they
will turn against the bad apples.
Before anyone gets on me for being “anti-Semitic” please review this page for the meaning of this word at:
Also people “Mainly Americans” need to understand the difference between Judaism and Israel.
Judaism: is a religion which most intelligent people do not dispute
Israel: is a nation and for all purposes it considers itself a democratic nation and therefore criticizing nation polices is something allowed by all democratic nations.
Reason I mention this; it happened not on one occasion but many times and not in small town USA but even larger cities.
I get asked: where I’m from? To me this refers to a place, therefore when I mention Jordan or Palestinian origin I get an odd look and question is asked again!!!
Then finally I get asked if I’m a Jew!!!!
Only explanation I can come up with is that maybe to American since there is Jerusalem (pronounced JewRusalem) then they assume a Jew is a city or a nation. Unless someone can give me a better explanation I’m sticking with that one.
JERUSALEM – Two women serve in Israel’s new Cabinet, but some Israelis would rather not see them.
Newspapers aimed at ultra-Orthodox Jewish readers tampered with the inaugural photograph of the Cabinet, erasing ministers Limor Livnat and Sofa Landver.
Ultra-Orthodox newspapers consider it immodest to print images of women.
The daily Yated Neeman digitally changed the photo, moving two male ministers into the places formerly occupied by the women.
The weekly Shaa Tova simply blacked the women out, in a photo reprinted Friday by the mainstream daily Maariv.
No response was available from the two papers.
During the election, campaign posters featuring female candidate Tzipi Livni were defaced near ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods.