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The right wing`s Jerusalem gambitGregory Levey - Salon.com - A new coalition of religious hard-liners with ties to President Bush seeks to scuttle any plans for dividing Jerusalem between Israelis and Palestinians. Its efforts also threaten to cause painful rifts among American Jews, and perhaps shake up some pro-Israel political alliances. 22/12/2007
Taking the Palestine out of JerusalemHeidi Basch - Palestine - Israel Journal - "if Israeli policy succeeds in closing off Jerusalem from the West Bank, a peace process based on a two-state solution will become unattainable, and then what? "18/12/2007
The judaization of East JerusalemAlice Rothchild - Salt Lake Tribune/Electronic Intifada - It is a sad irony that the US government spends millions of dollars tracking down wealthy Arab financiers who support extremist Islamic groups. At the same time, financiers like Irving Moskowitz, using a combination of subterfuge, bribery, and US and Israeli governmental collusion, openly and provocatively change the face of East Jerusalem.2/12/2007
Palestinian leaders challenge Israeli settlement expansion planSaed Bannoura - IMEMC - "The permission was approved, despite the fact that all settlements built on occupied land are illegal under international law." 5/12/2007
Winning the Battle, Losing the War: 40 Years of Israeli Rule in East JerusalemAn Ir Amim Position Paper- "..in and around Jerusalem self-evident construction work, developments and future plans are already taking place at an escalating rate, setting the city on a collision course with any attempt for a negotiated compromise in the city... Placement of the barrier along this line not only fragments and damages the Palestinian metropolitan area of Jerusalem, but it also signals Israelís intent to maintain control of the entire Jerusalem municipality, east and west." 4/12/2007
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