Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Court rejects settlers appeal to stay in East Jerusalem building


The Jerusalem District Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal to overturn an order to seal off a building in the heart of East Jerusalem in which a handful of Jewish families have settled.

The Beit Yehonatan building in East Jerusalem



The Jerusalem municipality ordered the contentious Beit Yehonatan building, named for convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, to be sealed off and evacuated as it was constructed without a legal permit.

2 comments:

  1. "The Jerusalem municipality ordered the contentious Beit Yehonatan building, named for convicted spy Jonathan Pollard,..."


    Well, if Americans needed anything to see where the Israeli mentality is, this should do it! Naming a building after a man who spied on the ally that has protected and funded you for how long?   Disgusting weasels.

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  2. thankgodimatheistMay 25, 2010 at 3:03 PM

    Vipers hardly make for loyal companions. The mentality is just too  sordid. Dread the idea that if eventually a peace deal is concluded and they stay in a future Palestinian state, the type of neighbourhood those people would make..Unimaginable.

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