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Why is U.S. Speaking Arabic in Jerusalem?

Friday, August 3, 2012

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Last week, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney evaded a direct answer on which city the U.S. recognizes as the capital of Israel.

Connie Lawn of IRN USA Radio News asked Carney whether it was Jerusalem or Tel Aviv.

It should have been an easy answer, as a law adopted by Congress in 1995 states that the U.S. recognizes Jerusalem. But Carney dodged, jumped and posed in order to avoid stating Jerusalem is the capital.

Lawn tells WND why she asked the question in the first place and what a real answer to the question would have revealed.

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