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Sign White House Petition to Recognize Undivided Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel.

Sign White House Petition to Recognize Undivided Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel.

It is time to stop the charade, there has in all of history only been two people that have ever had the city of Jerusalem as their capital, one was the crusader kingdom of Jerusalem, they are long gone, the other were the ancient Hebrew Kingdoms and their decedents the modern Jews which make up the majority of the Israeli’s.

To have a people, who have never had the capital as their own, decided to lay claim with no historical backing is just silly, no other nation in the world would allow such a thing, yet the world thinks they can impose on Israel what they would never accept themselves.

Join me in signing the Petition I created at the White House demanding the US president and the US policy enacts the Jerusalem embassy act now.

Press on link to be directed to the site to sign the petition, give you voice that this is enough, time to put a end this terrible policy of denying Israel their capital in its entirety.

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Posted December 2017

We are not sure if this had anything to do with President Trump making the courageous stand with Israel and letting the rest of the world know that in spite of their denials, we in the United States will stand for what is right and declare that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel

There has been much protests, people have marched in the streets, the UN has tried to force the US to take back this declaration, but with our ambassador to the UN and our President this was not going to happen. 

January 2018

Not only did the US do what is right, we now see that other countries are starting to follow Trump’s courageous stance, and even nations like Saudi Arabia and Egypt are quietly acknowledging that this is what is best!


About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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