Just listened to your religion report on Israel and found it to be quite unbalanced missing essential facts and thus distorting history. I wonder how you can give a religious perspective with only a secular historian speaking on Israel. He doesn't speak for me as a religious Jew. His facts are different to mine. It was never mentioned for instance that the US embassy is in West Jerusalem. West Jerusalem is and always will be Jewish under any settlement with the Palestinians. It has never been under dispute. It is only East Jerusalem which is under dispute. East Jerusalem is the historical area of Jerusalem. It is dishonest to pretend that the opening of the US embassy presents any barrier to a future Palestinian state. I guess most of you don't know Jerusalem well enough to understand Jerusalem geographically and therefore due to ignorance keep perpetuating a myth.
I just listened to the "The Three of Us" interviews by Rachelle with Elaine, Damien and Trevor re Damiens deteiorating health status and Elains relationship with both Trevor and Damien.
It was a beautiful story overall, Elaine has such insight into the needs of all those involved.
Her Mothers comments are typical and so well handled by Elaine.
best wishes to ll concerned. .Elizabeth
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