The US Embassy in Jerusalem enhances US interests, May 15, 2018

The recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and the site of the US Embassy, reflects a realistic assessment of Arab priorities, notwithstanding official Arab statements. 

US Embassy in Jerusalem enhances US Interest, February 26, 2018

The US decision to implement the 1995 Jerusalem Embassy Actrecognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and relocating the US Embassy there, enhances the US posture of deterrence....

Relocating US Embassy to Jerusalem – US interest!

The Ettinger Report, December 06, 2017

Relocating the US Embassy to Jerusalem reflects a determination to avoid repeated errors.

Relocating the US Embassy to Jerusalem – a litmus test

“Israel Hayom”, , December 18, 2016

Relocating the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would reflect President-elect Donald Trump’s defyiance of Arab/Muslim pressure and threats, as well as overruling the politically-correct establishment of the Department of State.

The unique significance of Jerusalem in Judaism

Prof. Raphi Jospe, World Council of Churches, 1994, November 12, 2015

Jerusalem's significance in Judaism is unique compared to all other religions

Oy Jerusalem

"Israel Hayom,", September 04, 2015

Simultaneously with a litany of "O Jerusalem" boasting statements, recent Israeli Prime Ministers have demonstrated "Oy Jerusalem" feeble action.

Jerusalem – The American People VS the White House, May 25, 2012

Jerusalem has been one of the most dramatic issues of discord between the will of the American constituent and Congress on the one hand, and State-Department-driven presidential policy on the other hand.

Arabs Condemn – But Prefer – Israel,7340,L-4050815,00.html, April 01, 2011

Israeli ID cards have been sought by senior PLO and Hamas officials and their relatives, such as the three sisters of Ismail Haniyeh, the top leader of Hamas.  They married Israeli Arabs and migrated from Gaza to Tel Sheva in Israel's Negev.

Israel's Moral High Ground,7340,L-4011234,00.html, January 10, 2011

Since Oslo, 1993, the case of the Jewish State has highlighted Israel's pursuit of peace and security, while downplaying the right/deed of the Jewish People to its historical homeland.  A resounding rebuke of David Ben Gurion, the Laborite Founding Father of the Jewish State and its first Prime Minister, who stated: "He who abandons his past, forfeits his future" ("Notes on Zionism," pp. 1-5, 1947).

Ben Gurion vs. Obama on Jerusalem,7340,L-3917539,00.html, July 11, 2010

1.  The views of David Ben Gurion – The Founding Father of the Jewish State – on Jerusalem are particularly pertinent at a time when President Obama entices illegal Arab construction in Jerusalem (by threatening Israel against demolition of illegal Arab homes), while pressuring Israel to refrain from legal Jewish construction in the Capital City of the Jewish People.  1,100 illegal Arab homes are built annually in Jerusalem and only 50 are demolished. Ben Gurion’s position on the unique role of Jerusalem is very relevant at a time when the Oslo Process – and its derivatives until today – have demoted Jerusalem, the Heart of the Jewish People and its eternal capital to a “Negotiable Item.” It is doubly relevant against the backdrop of a construction freeze in eastern Jerusalem, which was initiated by President Obama and has been enforced by the Israeli government.

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