Trump recognition of Jerusalem and some flow on comments

Reading comments is often as useful as the original comment.

From the following article, praising Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem  here

here are 2 useful links:  one related to Arab League Resolution 1547 which forbids Arab countries from offering citizenship to Palestinians, and the other comment re names providing clues to origins.  From this comment:

Outside of the 60 countries with Muslim majorities (many of which don’t even recognize Israel), most of the countries in the world are terrified of their Muslim minorities, with many of those minorities calling for their host countries to come under Sharia law.

In Germany, for example, there are 4,000,000 Muslims and 100,000 Jews. Most of the anti-semitism in Germany comes from the Muslims:

https://www.timesofisrael.com/wave-of-anti-semitic-rallies-hits-cities-across-germany/

As the Evian Conference of 1938 taught us (“us” being Jews), Jews cannot count on other nations for their safety. At Evian, countries of the world turned their backs when asked how many Jewish refugees from Europe they would accept.

The Canadian Minister infamously said, “NONE is too many”

Muslims control 99.5% of the Middle East, Arabs have most of the Middle East to themselves (where they kill far more of each other than every died in conflict with Israel). Jews have on tiny state, the size of New Jersey, where they know they can turn when it becomes impossible to live any longer in another place their families may have called home for centuries.

“Palestinians” all come from other parts of the Middle East (again see their surnames https://twitter.com/afagerbakke/status/754755407596388352), they could return there were it not for Arab League Resolution 1547, passed in 1959, which forbids Arab countries from offering citizenship to Palestinians, to insure they continue to be used as a weapon against Israel.

Here is a reference to it

The Anti-Palestinian Arab Nations

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