Wednesday, December 6, 2017

A parable

Sar Shalom

Imagine a couple that has a daughter. The husband does not wish to have the burden of raising this daughter weigh down on the rest of his life. He would never read to her at night. Whenever there is any event in his daughter's life, say a birthday party, school play, graduation or anything else, if his golf buddies want to go for an outing he joins them for their outing.

After a few years, the wife has enough of these antics and files for divorce. The husband is insulted by her objection to his lifestyle and decides to retaliate by getting their daughter taken away from her. As the case proceeds through court, what are the chances that the husband would tell the judge that his wife is arrogant in impinging on his lifestyle and thus their daughter should be removed from her.

The answer is close to zero. It might be an accurate description of his motives, but unless he is a total moron, he would realize that no judge sympathizes with that argument. Instead, he would wax poetic about how important his daughter is in his life. Possibly, he would get some of his golfing buddies to provide affidavits to the judge about her importance to him. All in order to provide a reason that the daughter to be awarded to him, and thus denied to his wife.

Such is the Palestinian attachment to Jerusalem.

5 comments:

  1. "The Czech Republic on Wednesday evening followed in the footsteps of U.S. President Donald Trump and said it recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel.

    “The Czech Republic currently, before the peace between Israel and Palestine is signed, recognizes Jerusalem to be in fact the capital of Israel in the borders of the demarcation line from 1967,” said a statement issued by the Czech foreign ministry."

    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/405036

    ReplyDelete
  2. And some African nations are rethinking as well.

    ////////////////////////////////
    African states may follow Trump Jerusalem embassy move: Tanzania's speaker

    "Whatever Israel wants, we in Ghana will go by that, because that is essentially an internal decision"
    While the Trump administration has been hit with a barrage of warnings that is stands to throw the Middle East into chaos if it recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital, the possible move has garnered support among Israel's allies in Africa.

    In interviews with i24NEWS on Tuesday, parliamentary leaders from Tanzania and Ghana visiting Israel to celebrate their collaboration as part of the “Power Africa” initiative, expressed support for an American policy shift on the holy city.
    ////////////////////////////
    https://www.i24news.tv/en/news/israel/161953-171205-african-embassies-may-move-to-jerusalem-in-future-tanzania-leader-says

    ReplyDelete
  3. Canada's Prime Minister Zoolander stamped his feet and declared he would never move the Canadian embassy to Jerusalem. Never! I tell you, NEVAHHH!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Jerusalem will be Israel's capital city long after his term of office and long after the wrinkles form on pretty boy's vacuous face.

      Delete
  4. Look who is outraged by this move: Islamists and leftists. All you need to know.

    ReplyDelete