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November 27, 2015 / 15 Kislev, 5776
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US Media and the E1 Controversy

Folks, look at a map. Do you see the “West Bank” cut in two? I don’t either.
A view of Maaleh Adumim from E-1.

A view of Maaleh Adumim from E-1.
Photo Credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90

One wonders what they — and the administration — want: a strong American ally in a Middle East where allies are rapidly disappearing, or yet another radical Islamist base for anti-Western and anti-American terrorism?

Take your pick — because those are the options.

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5 Responses to “US Media and the E1 Controversy”

  1. Joe Ritchie says:

    The governments pressuring Israel not to build want it to be more difficult for Israel to move troops to the north.

  2. Yossie Bloch says:

    This argument only works if you do not view E. J-m as part of the W. Bank, which the international community does, for what it's worth. But what do I know, I only live in Maale Adumim.

  3. Mark Leaman says:

    We are not a town we are a city!

  4. Maleh Adumim it the most important Jewish settlement. It must be protected with the E11 corridor linking it. PM Netanyahu is doing the best job possible.

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