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Israel says it will reject any Palestinian land ownership contracts not signed personally by Prophet Moses

Israel says it will reject any Palestinian land ownership contracts not signed personally by Prophet Moses image

Israeli occupation authorities have told the original Palestinian inhabitants of Jerusalem that no Jordanian or Palestinian documents proving home or land ownership will prevent their eviction from Sheikh Jarrah or other districts in the city, unless the contracts are on goatskin parchments found in the caves of Khirbet Qumran and are signed by the Prophet Moses personally and include his Israeli national ID number.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed in a statement his frustration at the attempts by the original Arab inhabitants of the city to drown Israel in details and the vagaries of contractual agreements.

“Even if they were to obtain such a document, they will leave those homes as refugees, detainees or corpses,” he said. “Because such a document contravenes the great American president Donald Trump’s recognition of all Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel, and because the area is already registered in the land department of the seventh heaven as belonging to the children of Israel.”

Netanyahu said the Israeli authorities had little time to deal with Palestinian land disputes because it was busy building and housing settlers, adding that the measures were in line with Israel’s traditional approach as well to UN resolutions, peace treaties and normalization agreements.

Jordanian sources said the contracts may well be in government archives in Amman, but it will likely take 50 years to find and certify them.