Jerusalem Mayor: «City must stay united»

«Throughout the history of the world, there is not one important city that was divided that functioned successfully».

Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat during his election campaign in 2008.

This is the message from Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat. He send it as a letter to EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Catherine Ashton on Sunday.

Barkat expressed his deep concerns: «Jerusalem must stay united»

He also wrote:

«Division focuses on differences rather than the common denominator that unites people of all faiths. We must not divide the heart and soul of the Jewish people».

He added that freedom of religion was «greater today under the flag of Israel than it has been for 2,000 years», Barkat invited Ashton to Jerusalem so that she «may see first hand…the necessity of a united Jerusalem».

Source: Jerusalem Post

My comment

Berlin was separated by a war from 1961 to 1989. Jerusalem was divided by a similar iron curtain from 1948 to 1967.

EU-leaders like Javier Solana and Catherine Ashton supports an Islamic re-occupation of East Jerusalem.

Both the cities was liberated from occupation, and the wall came down.

The difference between Berlin and Jerusalem, is that the International community wants to build up a new Berlin wall in Jerusalem. A wall that will make the East side of the city «Juderein».

Again the Jewish people will see them self separated from their Holiest sites.

There is another city where the International community tries to bring down a wall that is separated two ethnic groups. Thats the city of Nicosia on Cyprus.

While the ethnic Greeks and Turks are told to reunite their capital and live in peace, the Jews and the Arabs are told to build up a wall?

If you dont see the anti-Biblical satanic plan behind a new separation of East and West Jerusalem, you are blind, and understand nothing.

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