SEARCH BLOG: ISRAEL and IRAN
- Iran - 1 Jew
- Syria - 0 [formerly 1 Jew]
- Jordan - 0 Jews
- Lebanon - 0 Jews [1 Lebanese member assigned as representative of 7 minority groups]
- Egypt - 0 Jews
- Israel - 12 Arabs
Ask yourself, given the experiences in Iran, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, and Egypt, how many Jews would still be living in what is presently Israel if the Jews had lost any of those wars? How much of Israel would be annexed by the Arab neighbors if the Jews had lost any of those wars? How many Jews would be in the new Arab-controlled parliament if the Jews had lost any of those wars?
State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland reiterated Washington's opposition to settlement activity on the West Bank and said the United States asked Israel, through its embassy in Tel Aviv, for "clarification."
"We are obviously concerned," Nuland told reporters.
"We don't think this is helpful to the process, and we don't accept the legitimacy of continued settlement activity," she said. [source]Wonder what the State Department would have said if Israel had lost the wars?