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Israel should make Tel Aviv difficult on an operational level?

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Submitted by LindaK (United States), Feb 3, 2014 at 22:44

I am assuming Israel works with the US Embassy in Tel Aviv. Perhaps they should start calling the meetings in Jerusalem and not participating in meetings in Tel Aviv. Make it more dfficult to work out of Tel Aviv. It's really an outrage that the US under Obama does not honor a nation's capital.

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That basically is the case. All those diplomats who "live" in Tel Aviv spend vast amounts of time in Jerusalem.

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