Guy Frenkel talks to peace activist Hillel Schenker, co-editor of the Palestine-Israel Journal (and fellow PPI blogger) about the Jerusalem Book Fair, the situation on the ground in East Jerusalem, and the likelihood of international involvement in solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict:
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Jerusalem has had a Jewish population majority since the late 1850s – that’s 130 years already, before ‘Palestinianism’ was invented:
Jews were expelled from East-Jerusalem by the Jordanian occupation at 1948. They lived in East-Jerusalem for thousands of years. They returned to their homes after Israel liberated the city in 67.Jerusalem was never in history the capitol of any Arab country. Jerusalem has been only the Capitol of Israel.
A great article.
The case for a unified Jerusalem