Calev Ben-David’s column is aptly titled. A ‘Snap Judgment’ is one that’s made without proper care and forethought.
In echoing Ehud Olmert’s arrogant and offensive statement that Diaspora Jews have no say in the future of Jerusalem, Calev makes it even less likely that the living Jews he exhorts to come to Jerusalem w
He then lends his column to quoting ‘a prominent Jewish figure’ as saying: "I'd die for
If Jews are to be so grossly alienated by the government of
Perhaps Ben-David’s only worthy quotation is Psalm 137: “If I forget thee O’Jerusalem..”.
Perhaps that cuts both ways;
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