Yet another reason to move U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem
It’s the humane thing to do.
Ah, the beach in Tel Aviv.
The Featured Image shows the view north from in front of my hotel.
There is a huge amount of construction going on up and down the beach — luxury hotels and residence buildings.
The building on the far right in the Featured Image is the U.S. Embassy.
That’s right, the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv is beachfront on the most prized section in Tel Aviv.
Not that the diplomats likely get to enjoy it.
In fact, don’t you think it is unfair to force our diplomats to look out at the people frolicking on the beach knowing they cannot partake? It’s practically torture!
Save the diplomats?!
Yet another reason to move the U.S. Embassy to Israel’s capital, Jerusalem.
Where our embassy belongs.
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I don’t care what anyone says, ‘fessor Bill, you one of Nature’s noblemen. You even think down to diplomats.
I don’t know if you have heard, Professor (OT), but this year’s representative of Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest was 16-year-old Nadav Guedj. His song was about… yes, Tel Aviv. At one point in this video, they do show the beachfront. Whether it is near the US Embassy, I don’t know.
I was surprised that it made it to the Final to begin with, let alone make it to 9th place out of 27 countries.
And now we’ve uncovered the real reason the State Department has insisted on staying in Tel Aviv.
I had the distinct pleasure sitting on that very beach back in 2001. While the water was nice, the view(s) walking up and down the beach was, if anything, even better. Professor, you are one lucky man.
There isn’t a single reason not to move the US Embassy to the capitol of Israel.
This administration seems more likely to move the US Embassy to the seat of the Palestinian government and out of Israel altogether.