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News by Fred Alan Medforth
Thursday, December 07, 2017
EU vows push to make Jerusalem capital for “Palestinians,” too
Useful Idiots to the bitter end. The EU has indefatigably enabled and abetted the “Palestinian” jihad, and is determined to continue doing so, heedless of the ideological congruity of “Palestinian” jihad groups and jihad groups in Europe. Before too very long, Europe at large will be a jihad war zone, and these EU politicians can congratulate themselves, as the jihadi blade begins to slice through their necks, that they always supported “Palestinian” “rights.”
“EU vows push to make Jerusalem capital for Palestinians too,” Reuters, December 7, 2017 (thanks to David):
BRUSSELS – The EU’s top diplomat pledged on Thursday to reinvigorate diplomacy with Russia, the United States, Jordan and others to ensure Palestinians have a capital in Jerusalem after US President Donald Trump recognized the city as Israel’s capital.
The European Union, a member of the Middle East Quartet along with the United States, the United Nations and Russia, believes it has a duty to make its voice heard as the Palestinians’ biggest aid donor and Israel’s top trade partner.
“The European Union has a clear and united position. We believe the only realistic solution to the conflict between Israel and Palestine is based on two states and with Jerusalem as the capital of both,” EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini told a news conference.
She said she would meet Jordan’s foreign minister on Friday, while she and EU foreign ministers would discuss Jerusalem with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Brussels on Monday.
“The European Union will engage even more with the parties and with our regional and international partners. We will keep working with the Middle East Quartet, possibly in an enlarged format,” said Mogherini, citing Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, as well as Norway. “We remain convinced that the role of the United States… is crucial,” she said.
Mogherini, who also spoke to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, threw her weight behind Jordan’s King Abdullah, saying he was “a very wise man” that everyone should listen to as the custodian of the Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem….
The EU is also perceived by some in Israel as being too pro-Palestinian, partly because of the EU’s long-held opposition to Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, diplomats say.