Netanyahu delays Approval of J’lem building plans

Everytime Israel responds to pressure, she is inviting more pressure. Everytime Israel changes its internal policy to avoid embarrassing the US or the EU we are empowering them. Israel thus abdicates its sovereignty and independence.

On the contrary, the more Israel claims all of Jerusalem is Israel’s capital and supports those words with concrete actions like building, the more we disempower the West to control us.

It is a phony argument to keep saying we are making unilateral moves. Isn’t Arab construction a unilateral move or violence a unilateral move. T. Belman

Four major housing project beyond Green Line removed from District Committee’s agenda following PM’s intervention, Ynet learns

Four extensive construction plans in Jewish neighborhoods located beyond the Green Line in Jerusalem have been removed from the agenda of the District Planning and Construction Committee following the prime minister’s direct intervention, Ynet has learned.

The move is apparently aimed to prevent an embarrassment before a meeting of the Quartet on the Middle East, scheduled for April 15, a day after the committee was slated to discuss and approve the building plans.

April 11, 2011 | 7 Comments »

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  1. Unfortunately, I feel that Bibi knows exactly what he is doing, and it’s not good for Jews who care about Eretz Yisrael and Am Yisrael.

  2. But Netanyahu promised more building in response to the Fogel family massacre.

    This shows what a duplicitous snake Netanyahu really is. He promised more building while imposing a building freeze (for Jews only) and providing no protection to Jews from Arab terror. It’s business as usual for the ‘right wing’ pretender who is a bigger leftist than Labor.

  3. Still think Bibi “knows what he is doing” AE? I think he has what Baldrick from Blackadder would call “a cunning plan”.

  4. Are you sure it wasn’t his parrot? He gets loose from his cage and types the things he hears his master say. Its really hard to tell the difference between the two.