As Brian of London at Israellycool has observed (the first blogger I believe that picked up on it) the Top Gear host, Jeremy Clarckson, mentions the following:

Sadly though, for political reasons, we’d been advised to avoid the disputed West Bank, so we were now going in completely the wrong direction yet again and I decided to make the most of it. I hope the other two don’t mind but I fancy a small deviation to go and look at the Sea of Galilee. This was a good call because getting there meant driving through the Golan Heights

Notice he didn’t say the “occupied” West Bank, good on him. So here is the video segment, who knows how long YT will let it stay up though:

Here are the two in burkas that got the UK fundamuslims’ nickers in a knot:

They made it to the end of their journey, and as Brian notes: “How many people will die in the innevitable riots that will follow when extremist, fundamentalist Christians all over the world riot over this depiction of the baby Jesus:”

2 Responses

  1. The West Bank and Golan are both “occupied territories” according to the UN and International Law.

    I notice they didn’t decide to offend religious fanatic Jews by wearing a wig with ringlets or a funny black hat. Fundamentalists of all hues are bad.

    1. They are disputed territories, regardless of what the anti-Israel block and whack-jobs say. The day you can name the high contracting party of the areas within Judea and Samaria in 1948, when Israel in fact became a state, then give me a call and we will discuss it.

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