|USA Congress in Washington DC.|
|President Bush b: June 12, 1924,|
President from January 20, 1989 to January 20, 1993
From Texas and a Republican with VP Danforth Quayle
President George Bush proclaimed that "The basis of our position remains that Jerusalem must never again be a divided city. We did not approve of the status-quo before 1967; in no way do we advocate a return to it now."
|June 20, 1989 to August 23, 1992|
Secretary of State James Baker, born April 28, 1930 in Houston, Texas He was "U.S. Secretary of State and White House Chief of Staff under President George H. W. Bush. As Secretary of State, he helped oversee U.S. foreign policy during the end of the Cold War and dissolution of the Soviet Union, as well as during the Gulf War."
|UN Embassy in Tel Aviv|
|Golda Meir and Moshe Sharrett, Ben Gurion on left, in 1948, Declaration of Israel as a State|
The matter was dropped in the UN until Israel gained control of the city of Jerusalem by this adversity upon the Jews to be attacked in the Six Day War of 1967. Since then, the UN, which for 19 years ignored Jordan's OCCUPATION OF JERUSALEM, has adopted numerous resolutions criticizing Israel for altering the status of Jerusalem and putting it in their rightful place as the united capital of Israel. This was the same position that it was under King David of Israel, founder of the city, in 1010 BCE to 970 BCE, some 3,000 years ago. It has remained in this position as capital of the Jewish people's land of Israel and of Judah, even after being destroyed in 70 CE by the Romans. It was unimportant to all but the Jews.
|Arthur Goldberg, born 1908, died 1990 from Chicago, skilled in labor disputes|
responsible for merger of CIO and AFL labor unions,
Under President Kennedy from 1960 to 1962 Sec of Labor,
Supreme Court Justice 1962-1965
US delegate to UN from 1965 to 1968.
Ambassador to the UN, Arthur Goldberg, drafter of UN Resolution 242, said that, "Resolution 242 in no way refers to Jerusalem, and this omission was deliberate. Jerusalem was a discrete matter, not linked to the West Bank." He was president of the American Jewish committee from 1968 to 1969.
|Jerusalem before the 1967 temporary lines|
During Jordanian rule, the Old City was neglected. Much of East Jerusalem lacked even the most basic municipal services. They did not have a steady water supply, plumbing or even electricity! As a result of reunification, these and other badly needed municipal services were extended to East Jerusalem.
By April 1990, the House of Representatives of the USA debated another resolution about Israel restating again that Jerusalem was to be the undivided capital of Israel.
|President James Earl Carter, Jr. b: 10/1/1924|
President from 1/20/1977 to 1/20/1981 from Georgia, Democrat. VP was Walter Mondale
|State Department in Washington DC|
That is because Israeli law stipulates that, "Whoever does anything that is likely to violate the freedom of access of the members of the various religions to the places sacred to them" will "be liable to imprisonment for a term of 5 years."
|Pashtos of Pakistan and Afghanistan who are visiting in Jerusalem|
Their history is that many of them rightfully claim to be descended from our Lost Ten Tribes
when Assyrians attacked Israel in 722 BCE and carted off our best of people.
|Anwar Sadat, (1918-1981)|
President of Egypt (1970-1981)
Although the Temple Mount was and still is the holiest site in Judaism, Israel has left the Temple Mount under the control of Muslim religious authorities, which was a decision made by Moshe Dayan in the 67 war.
|Donald Trump b: June 14, 1946|
New President Jan.2017
6'3" tall and a billionaire-3.7 billion
business man, forte-making deals
|Harry S. Truman, b: May 8, 1884-d: Dec 26, 1972|
from Missouri, Democrat-VP Alben Barkley
5'8" tall and lived with his in-laws
small business owner of Haberdashery Shop
President from 1945 to 1953
Amazing how both these Presidents' names start with TRUM, isn't it?
Resource: Myths and Facts-a concise Record of the Arab-Israeli conflict by Mitchell G. Bard and Joel Himelfarb