No foreign country should have the option of opening a consulate for “Palestine” in Jerusalem – the Knesset should make it illegal. The Knesset should submit legislation ruling that any foreign country that opens a Consulate for Palestinian Arabs in Jerusalem will have its ambassador deported. Unilaterally.

Dividing Jerusalem endangers Israel’s security and violates the Oslo Accords. But Joe Biden wants to divide Jerusalem.

And Palestinian Arab control over half of Jerusalem in any future agreement would turn the other half of Jerusalem into Sderot, a town in the border of Gaza that endures constant missile attacks from Hamas. How does Biden propose to prevent this? Perhaps the Joint Team that Biden wants to create “to hold discreet negotiations on the reopening of the US Consulate for Palestinian Arabs in Jerusalem” should discuss how to protect Israel from Hamas and its rocket launchings..

On November 25, 2021 Arutz 7 reported “A high-ranking Israeli official has told i24news that the United States will be opening a consulate to deal with Palestinian affairs “soon,” Asharq Al-Awsat reports.”

“According to the report, the Biden administration has already informed Israel of its intentions and plans to move ahead unilaterally if it does not obtain a response from Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s government, which is no longer seen as under immediate threat of dissolving due to internal strife, now that the budget has passed…” READ MORE

No foreign country should have the power to divide Jerusalem

Josh Toupos

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