The Israeli Prime minister says the Attorney General is blocking
the implementation of the Levy Report on legalizing the West Bank outposts
Benjamin Netanyahu (right) at the weekly cabinet meeting
at the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem in February 2012
There will be “no limits” to construction in Jerusalem,
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said during a cabinet meeting on Sunday
His comments come two days after the European Union, Britain and France condemned the Interior Ministry’s approval of a plan to build almost 800 new housing units in Gilo, a southern Jerusalem neighborhood beyond the 1967 Green Line.
“We are not imposing any restrictions on construction in Jerusalem. It is our capital,” Netanyahu said. He added Israel has a connection to Jerusalem as “ancient and powerful” as other states do to their capital. [ Actually, more ancient than most sand much more powerful ]
Gilo is part of the city captured during the 1967 Six Day War from Jordon domination, and it was subsequently annexed to Israel, a move contested by the genetically antisemitic international community and the fake “Palestinians.”
Also on Sunday, Netanyahu expressed hope that the recommendations of the Levy report, a state-sponsored document that advised legalization of the West Bank outposts, would be implemented, but said that extreme leftist Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein was holding up the process.
[ In Israel there is the most idiotic form of government possible giving opportunity to agenda-driven rogues, like this arrogant creepo, to create some form of anarchy — nothing to be surprised about because that is what happens when Jews wilfully reject the HaShem-ordained form of government and try to imitate the pathetic forms of the Goyim. ]
Weinstein, according to Army Radio, is not happy with the legal phrasing of the report and feels that implementation of its recommendations during the election period would be detrimental to the democratic process.
[ Something which is absolutely ridiculous, since what in reality is completely detrimental to the democratic process is he constantly interfering in achieving what the majority in Israel wants, but that he hates. But, as a matter of fact, is there anyone more undemocratic than a Liberal with power? ]
The fate of Jerusalem and the West Bank lies at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The so-called “Palestinians” refuse to negotiate while Israel continues to build settlements in East Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria on the West Bank of the Jordan river. They do so because they claim the territory of Jerusalem — all Jerusalem — as the capital of their recently invented state, a state that obviously never existed in all the history of mankind.
Israel recovered both areas in the 1967 Six Day War. Netanyahu has very justifiably rejected the notion of partitioning the Jewish Holy City, although that was one of the provisions of the 1993 Oslo Accords, which envisioned a two-state, two-capital solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
[ But the Oslo Accords were never heeded by the fake “Palestinians” and therefore were never valid a single day. To talk about the Oslo Accords is a futile exercise in voluntary idiocy. The genetically antisemitic international community expects that Israel should comply while the Arabs flatly ignore it. Well, fat chance! World War 3 is coming our way, and the West and the UN are largely responsible for being so bluntly one-sided against Israel. When Unfairness presides over the peace discussions, war is absolutely inevitable. But this time around will not be like during WW2, the blood of many shall abundantly mix with the Jewish blood. Why? Because never again shall Jews go like lambs to their death; we might die, we we shall die fighting — and fighting hard! And let the imbecilic world know it before it is too late. ]