The Elders

THE PEACE LOVING ‘ELDERS’ VISIT J’LEM EXCEPT FOR THE MUSLIM…….

‘THE ELDERS’
We are unanimous in our views, we the elders believe Jews
can’t define their state and capital like any other state can
The Elders also advocated the division of Jerusalem during a tour of the city’s Silwan neighborhood.“We don’t have any authority, but we do have a voice,” Carter said, as he met with Arab residents in Silwan. “And we’ll ask them to continue working towards a peace and a division between east and west Jerusalem… because east Jerusalem should be a Palestinian capital only under Palestinian control.
Lakhdar Brahimi: This Muslim will not
set foot in Jewish J’lem even after it’s divided

These “Elders” are a joke, what else could anyone be who would join a group with such a grandiose, self serving name like that anyways? You have Jimmy ”I hate the Jews” Carter, Mary ”I hate the Jews” Robinson and Ela ”Naive Tool” Bhatt visiting the Jewish capital that Muslim Algerian, Lkadar Brahimi, mysteriously refrains from accompanying. Gee, I wonder why that was?
How can you take these people seriously? Mary Robinson, as former president of Ireland had no problem with defining the Irish republic, whatever she believed that to be, why she, and her fellow travelers believe that the Jews have no right to define their own state, belies their true views and opinions, being, “the right of all other states to define themselves has no bearing on “The Elders” views on what the rights of the Jews are”. KGS

Robinson tells ‘Post’ of encouraging a non-violent Hamas

The Elders is the name of the group of world leaders who offer their “collective influence and experience” to support peace-building initiatives. The delegation also met with Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat on Thursday. Rivlin denounced the Elders’ meetings with Hamas leaders, including senior Hamas official Khaled Mashaal and Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh. He told Carter that Israelis see him as supporting Hamas.
Robinson defended the group’s decision to meet with Hamas members. “We did, as we have before, talk to those who are excluded at the moment from the peace process, because we feel it’s important that they feel encouraged in a non-violent way to be part of the process,” she told The Jerusalem Post. “We’re charged with the responsibility to listen to those who don’t normally get heard.”
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The Elders also advocated the division of Jerusalem during a tour of the city’s Silwan neighborhood. “We don’t have any authority, but we do have a voice,” Carter said, as he met with Arab residents in Silwan. “And we’ll ask them to continue working towards a peace and a division between east and west Jerusalem… because east Jerusalem should be a Palestinian capital only under Palestinian control.” Barkat slammed the suggestion. “No divided city in the world has ever succeeded,” he said in a statement. “In fact, I asked the Elders how they can celebrate the reunification of Berlin while at the same time advocate the division of Jerusalem. It is the ultimate inconsistency.”

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