The American intention to forcibly open the Palestinian consulate in Jerusalem is expected to be one of the most severe humiliations Israel has ever experienced.
The Americans are well aware of the Israeli resistance.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said in the room to US President Joe Biden clear things. Justice Minister Gideon Saar stated this week at the Jerusalem Post conference, "I want to be very clear, we oppose it.
I heard people say that for the president it is an election promise - for us it is the promise of the generations. "
According to international law, the opening of a diplomatic mission, or a change in its status, requires the written signature of the foreign minister of the host country - Yair Lapid in our case.
Even if Lapid himself, who has repeatedly sworn allegiance to the unity of Jerusalem, was willing to align with the government, he knows that his consent to the move will lead to the fall of the government.
Therefore moved to the position of the opponents.
Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, Photo: EP
Still, with Torch standing next to him, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinkan declared in Washington that "we will move forward with the process of opening the consulate as part of deepening ties with the Palestinians."
Or in other words, we are tweeting about Israel's position.
This arrogant position, in Linken, is not voiced towards Iran, or the Palestinians, or the Chinese or any other partner of America, but rather to Israel.
He is doing this to a government that, according to Netanyahu, has spoiled relations with the Democrats and wants to "open a new page with the government."
And here, the American answer to Israeli niceness is a ringing slap in the face.
Americans know that nowhere in the world is there an embassy and consulate of the same country in the same city.
All the more so, that it is not possible to open one representative office for another political entity.
Does anyone imagine that the UK will have a consulate in Washington that will manipulate ties with Canada?
There is no such animal.
It is also worth mentioning that American law and Israeli law are recognized in the United Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
These days, the Americans are building a huge representation in Ramallah.
There is no reason why it should not serve the operation of their relations with the Palestinians, as many countries in the world do.
There are also other compromise proposals, such as that of the Reut Institute, according to which the compensation for the Palestinians will be the opening of a mission in Washington that was closed by former President Donald Trump.
Although the dictatorship of Palestinian Authority Chairman Abu Mazen does not deserve this award, it is the least bad.
And if it is so urgent for the administration to stick the Palestinian representation within the historical desire of the Jewish people, it will be respected and established in Abu Dis, outside the municipal border of the capital of Israel.
The security problems there are no more serious than those in Kabul, for example.
Any other move means a unique uniqueness of Israel, on the part of the United States.
It is a pity that Israel's discrimination turns out to be a double-edged sword.
As in the days of Obama, and when the trauma of Afghanistan is still fresh, America will once again send the message that it is hurting its comrades and that it cannot be trusted as a credible ally.
Palestinian Authority Chairman Abu Mazen, Photo: AFP
In addition, before taking action, it is also advisable for Blinkan to pick up the phone to the famous ice cream makers, and the Jews like him, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield.
They too did to Israel and Jerusalem what no one else did.
It ended in a $ 10 billion loss and an embarrassing press interview that slashed the networks and left them stuttering in front of the camera.
The two have not been able to explain why of all the countries in the world, only Israel deserves the rigid step they have taken.
They were tainted on the net as auto-anti-Semites.
Blinken, if he realizes his intention, will be remembered as a Jew who divided Jerusalem.
Not exactly a legacy to boast about.