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But the situation is a bit more tricky for Israel than those living abroad may realize.
Israel finds itself in a conundrum–how can it turn away or deport those in need considering the Jews' own history?
The officer, identified as Captain Ashraf al-Kholi, went so far as to tell one celebrity host, Azmi Megahed, that if the Palestinians truly want an independent state, they should accept Ramallah as their capital and give up their insistence on controlling eastern Jerusalem. " asked Kholi, hinting at what many other Muslims in the region have been acknowledging of late - that Jerusalem doesn't really hold much religious significance for Islam.
"Exactly that," agreed Megahed, who later confirmed the authenticity of the recording to the New York Times.
On Monday, British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson reiterated "the UK’s commitment to supporting the Palestinian people and the two-state solution, the urgent need for renewed peace negotiations, and the UK’s clear and longstanding position on the status of Jerusalem.
It should be determined in a negotiated settlement between the Israelis and the Palestinians..." Of course, Trump himself said as much in his speech a month earlier, but saw no reason to not, in the meantime, recognize the obvious - that at least the western half of Jerusalem is and has long been the capital of Israel.
Jerusalem is just as attractive during the cooler winter months and serves as a getaway from the extreme northern winters...
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In a letter to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the North American Jewish community's most prominent leaders urged the Israeli leader to backtrack on his plans to deport tens of thousands of African migrants.
This passage is widely interpreted to relate to how the peoples of the world have treated God’s chosen race – the “brothers and sisters” (in the flesh) of our Saviour, who was born the King of Israel (Matthew 2.2) and is coming back as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah (Rev 5.5).
Isaiah writes: “For the nation or kingdom that will not serve you will perish; it will be utterly ruined.” (60.12; see also Micah 5.15) On my latest tour of Israel, I learnt a fascinating lesson that I believe relates to this important passage (Matthew 25) – that sheep keep the grass neatly cut with their grazing while goats pull it out by the roots.