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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Trump and Jerusalem, Expect Deep State Threats Tomorrow

And, The Heathen Begin Their Rage In Earnest.... Expect Loads Of Hysterical BS News And Deep State Threats Tomorrow

Posted By: Watchman
Date: Thursday, 7-Dec-2017 00:06:58

Ps 2:
1 Why are the nations in an uproar, and the peoples devising a vain thing?
2 The kings of the earth take their stand, and the rulers take counsel together against the LORD and against His Anointed:


The reason....

Donald Trump’s irresponsible decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is an “example of extraordinary ignorance” which could lead to explosive consequences in the Middle East, regional commentators have told RT.

US recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s —Āapital

On Wednesday, Trump officially announced his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, claiming that such a move along with the relocation of US embassy could help resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The decision by the US leader was made despite unanimous warnings by US foes and allies worldwide, who cautioned of possible chaos erupting throughout the Middle East.

Jerusalem is one of the key issues in any Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations. Israel and Palestine both want the historic religious cradle as their capital. The United Nations considers East Jerusalem to be occupied Palestinian territory, but hopes Jerusalem can one day serve as the capital of two states, Israel and Palestine. Tel Aviv, however, refuses to share custody of the Holy City which it annexed in 1967.

Considering the social, political and economic upheaval surrounding Trump’s decision, experts who shared their views with RT, are united in their assessment that the US administration’s move is, instead, a step away from any long-lasting peace in the Middle East.

“I don't think Trump is really that interested in peace. I think he is more interested in causing a crisis in the region because that is one of the ways he manipulates media through constantly finding subjects to form the basis of this constant, almost hourly twitter fest, which the US media feast on,” Martin Jay, an award-winning British journalist now based in Beirut, told RT.

“It will be very difficult to get a peace deal in the Middle East from now on, because there will be a lot of social movements in all the Islamic countries, including Turkey. This decision will have much greater implications in a global sense than the American president Donald Trump probably assumes,” Huseyin Bagci, professor of international relations at Ankara’s Middle East Technical University, told RT.

“If Trump was really serious about peace, he would be telling the Israelis to leave occupied East Jerusalem, the rest of the occupied Palestinian land, and making peace with the Palestinians,” said Kamel Hawwash from the Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

Hawwash, who himself is from Jerusalem, said Trump’s decision would be etched in Palestinian history as ‘Black Wednesday’ – the day the US “handed Jerusalem to Israel on a plate.” The “irresponsible” and “illegal” decision will only bring more violence, Hawwash warned, echoing the general anticipation of wider consequences.

“It will make the pursuit of peace more difficult. It was really quite laughable that Donald Trump said what he said about recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. And then said this would aid peace somehow, but he did not tell us how. If it is to aid peace, why is it that the US State Department has been warning the embassies to take care about the reaction? If it was such a good move, then it would have been received well by everyone. But in fact, almost every country around the world has condemned the decision,” Hawwash said.

“America and American citizens will not have a very easy life from now on in the Middle East and many other parts of the world,” Bagci told RT. “America will be considered, this is my expectation, as an enemy, direct enemy. Most of the Islamic countries, population, in particular, will consider America as the enemy, and it will have a lot of psychological problems for the Muslims in America, for the Muslims outside of America.”

Palestinians react during a protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip December 6, 2017 © Ibraheem Abu Mustafa Jerusalem is the ‘eternal capital of the state of Palestine’ – Palestine leader Abbas

Trump’s decision will also have a direct impact on Washington’s relationship with key players in the region, after the US president “turned his back” on their interests, Jay believes.

“He has a total lack of respect not only for the big regional players who can make that peace process happen, but also for the apparatus in Washington,” Jay said. “This is really a guy who has gone off the scale and literally swallowed the Israeli press release verbatim… It may well be that this is just another example of extraordinary ignorance on the part of Trump.”

“With this American decision, Turkish-American relations will enter into a very big crisis. My expectation is that between Donald Trump and Turkish President Erdogan, there will be no good friendship anymore,” Bagci added.

Some, meanwhile, argued that Trump’s decision could be partially driven by his business instincts to further increase US arms sales in the region.

“Trump wants to continue to create a crisis, the bigger the crisis the better, because we've seen the increase of arms sales, we've seen Lockheed Martin shares go through the roof. It is really about creating tension in the region and cleaning up on arms deals, the F16s, to all the neighboring states,” Jay pointed out.

“America has one advantage at the moment. They control the entire Middle East capital; they control the entire military structure,” Bagci noted. “He is a businessman, he is a risk taker, and I think he has taken the risk this time, not a business risk, but political risk, and I think the Middle East will be in turmoil.”

Observers also noted Trump’s apparent willingness to dance to the Israeli tune, which they believe further discredits the US leader in the Muslim world.

“Trump seems to be showing the supreme and ultimate, almost blinded dogma of respect, reverence to the Israelis and something bordering along the lines of borderline contempt for all the big players in the region,” Jay said.

Demonstrators shout slogans during a protest against the U.S. intention to move its embassy to Jerusalem and to recognize the city of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, near the U.S. Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, December 6, 2017 Osman Orsal Trump triggers Palestinian fury & anti-US protests in Turkey, Jordan (VIDEOS)

“He is surrounded by advisers who are themselves so pro-Israeli, that they fund some of the settlement enterprise themselves. So you're hardly going to get them saying, we should ask Israel to leave occupied Jerusalem,” Hawwash noted.

“And what it does do to the peace process is… It says, America can have no role in it, because, only is it not an honest broker, it is a pro-Israeli government and pro right-wing Israeli government that has no interest in peace but in an expansion,” he added.

“The US has never been a mediator or an honest broker and now has made that plain,” agreed Ali Abunimah, the founder of the pro-Palestinian website Electronic Intifada. “The reason that we're here is that for so many decades the so-called international community has abdicated its responsibility towards the Palestinian people to the United States based on the fiction that the United States is somehow an honest broker when the reality that has been plain for all to see, is that the United States is basically Israel’s main agent, arms supplier, and financier.”

While the international community only voices never-ending concerns, but then refuses to take direct steps against Israel for its occupation of Palestinian lands, Abunimah called on civil society groups to act. “Nobody can continue to hide between the fake peace process and fake talk about a two-state solution. If they are really concerned about the situation, it is time for action, it is time for sanctions,” the activist said.


Source: Rumor Mill News

The 1995 Law Behind President Trump's Plan to Move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

Posted By: RumorMail
Date: Thursday, 7-Dec-2017 00:58:47

From CGI member AZLew:

Regarding the UN vote to move the capital of Israel to Jerusalem.

6 voted for it. Who were the other five? MSM doesn't mention that - of course.

Lew ...


By Olivia B. Waxman December 5, 2017

Every six months for more than two decades, U.S. presidents have had to decide all over again whether to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Since the Clinton administration, they decided each time to keep the embassy where it is, seeking not to throw a wrench into delicate Middle East peace talks. On Tuesday, however, after signing a waiver putting off the move in June, President Donald Trump informed the Palestinian Authority’s President Mahmoud Abbas that he’s going to recognize the contested holy city as Israel’s capital and begin the process of moving the embassy there.

That decision, which experts fear will spark unrest throughout the Arab world, represents the conclusion of a process that began in 1995, with the passage of that year’s Jerusalem Embassy Act. The law required the U.S. to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by a set deadline, but conceded that the move could be put off for six months at a time as long as the President “determines and reports to Congress in advance that such suspension is necessary to protect the national security interests of the United States.”

The reasons why such a waiver might be needed are not much different today than they were in 1995.

That May, TIME reported in the international edition that, though both the Clinton Administration and Israeli government “support the move to Jerusalem in principle, they would prefer to see the peace process more stabilized before confronting the explosive issue of Jerusalem.” The effort led by Senate majority leader Bob Dole to make the move mandatory came “at a particularly raw moment,” the magazine added. Here’s how TIME described the many years of political history that led up to that point:

The city’s status has been an open question for decades. The intent of the U.N., when it voted in 1947 to partition what was then British-administered Palestine into Jewish and Arab states, was to put Jerusalem under an international regime. But after the Arab-Israeli war of 1948, newly born Israel controlled the western portion of the city and Jordan the east. In the 1967 war Israel captured the eastern sector and annexed it. No country, however, recognizes Israel’s hold there. The Arab states insist on Arab sovereignty over at least East Jerusalem, which the Palestinians want to make the capital of their hoped-for future state.

As Trump did, President Bill Clinton also came into office calling for the embassy to eventually be moved to Jerusalem, even as he actively worked to kill Dole’s bill. “From a policy perspective, this debate was happening shortly after the celebrated Taba Agreement wherein Israel and the Palestinians had just agreed on interim governance arrangements for the West Bank and Gaza,” Foreign Policy has observed. “Hope was high that this momentum would lead to a lasting peace, and the Clinton administration argued that a ‘premature focus on Jerusalem’ could ‘undermine negotiations and complicate the chances for peace[.]’”

Yet some saw the 1995 law and its implementation as having more to do with domestic American politics than the Middle East peace process. “This is all about vote counting in the coming U.S. elections,” Sa’eb Erakat, the Palestinian minister for local government, told TIME in 1995, adding that he believed supporting the bill would help Dole fundraise with Jewish groups in the 1996 presidential race. And as a TIME article later that year noted, Dole had in fact opposed the bill “until this year, when he’s running for President.”

Source: Rumor Mill News

UN vote actually ‘a victory for Israel,’ paves way for embassy move, ex-Labor MK says

Posted By: RumorMail
Date: Thursday, 7-Dec-2017 01:01:13

In Response To: The 1995 Law Behind President Trump's Plan to Move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem (RumorMail)

Einat Wilf says Resolution 2334 'clarifies the absolute legality of pre-1967 Israel, including west Jerusalem,' can provide basis for Trump to relocate embassy

By Raphael Ahren

While Israeli politicians from across the political spectrum condemned the anti-settlements resolution passed Friday at the United Nations Security Council, a former Labor Party MK on Sunday called it a “victory for Israel.”

In a counterintuitive interpretation of the resolution, Einat Wilf, who served as Knesset member between 2010 and 2013, argued that the controversial text actually enshrines in international law Israel’s right to West Jerusalem and thus makes it easier for the US to move its embassy there.

While Israeli politicians from across the political spectrum condemned the anti-settlements resolution passed Friday at the United Nations Security Council, a former Labor Party MK on Sunday called it a “victory for Israel.”

In a counterintuitive interpretation of the resolution, Einat Wilf, who served as Knesset member between 2010 and 2013, argued that the controversial text actually enshrines in international law Israel’s right to West Jerusalem and thus makes it easier for the US to move its embassy there.

“UN Security Council Resolution 2334 is an important, if unintended, victory for Israel and Zionism. In it the UN Security Council provides the most resounding international and legal support yet for Israel within the 1949 ceasefire lines, including west Jerusalem,” she said in a statement Sunday.

Wilf, a native Jerusalemite, pointed to two sections of the resolution that she said were key to legitimizing Israel’s claims to West Jerusalem. For one, the text determines that Israeli settlement in territory captured in 1967, including East Jerusalem, “has no legal validity.” The resolution further calls on all states to “distinguish, in their relevant dealings, between the territory of the State of Israel and the territories occupied since 1967.”

Most Israeli politicians and pundits view those two sentences as the resolution’s most troubling, as they appear to invite boycotts of goods and people from the settlements.

But Wilf, who holds a PhD in political science from the University of Cambridge, chose to focus on the other side of the coin.

By drawing a clear distinction between Israel proper and the settlements, and declaring the settlements illegal, the Security Council “is essentially clarifying the absolute legality of the territory of Israel within the 1949 ceasefire lines, including west Jerusalem,” she noted. “This resolution could provide a Trump administration the international legal support for their policy of moving the US Embassy to west Jerusalem.”

Source: Rumor Mill News



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