Should Jerusalem be divided (approximately) based on ethnic lines?

Should Jerusalem be divided (approximately) based on ethnic lines?


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Futurist

Ad Honoris
May 2014
20,155
SoCal
#12
I believe so. That is a territory that is important to those three major religions that I mentioned. Perhaps citizenship is a choice of the inhabitants in that territory but the peace and order all together with the implementation of the law within the territory should be under the U.N.
Isn't the most important part of Jerusalem the Old City of Jerusalem? If so, then why not simply internationalize the Old City of Jerusalem?
 
Sep 2015
297
the world
#13
Isn't the most important part of Jerusalem the Old City of Jerusalem? If so, then why not simply internationalize the Old City of Jerusalem?
No. Because international means not Jewish. Something that sticks in the craw of Zionists, who want to rebuild their Temple. It was siezed during a war, and Geneva 4 prohibits the keeping of land taken in conflict. Israel simply ignores this, and hides behind the US security council vote.
 

AlpinLuke

Forum Staff
Oct 2011
26,629
Italy, Lago Maggiore
#20
Regarding the international stance about the matter Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, it's known that the most easy thereat that US administration uses with Palestinian administration is to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem ...

But US administration has NEVER moved US Embassy to Jerusalem [and this, at the end, means that it's a typical poker bluff].

Anyway, pay attention to this ... also no Arab or Muslim Embassy is present in Jerusalem. For example the United Arab Emirates have got their representation C/O Palestine at Ramallah ...
 

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