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1995, Congress passed a law
requiring the State
Department to move its
embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv
to Jerusalem within four years, but
included broad waiver language
which both former President Bill
Clinton and President George W.
Bush repeatedly invoked.
Now a top Republican lawmaker is
reviving the issue in the waning days
of the congres-
sional session.
But don't look
for the State
Department to
call in the mov-
ing trucks any-
time soon.
And if it pass-
es, which Jewish
activists say is
Brownback
unlikely, it
could effectively
prohibit U.S. recognition of a
Palestinian state.
Late last week, Sen. Sam
Brownback (R-Kan.), a member of
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, introduced a measure
calling for official recognition of
Jerusalem, as the "undivided capital of
Israel" and reaffirming demands for
the embassy move.
"The Middle East peace process is
in need of a major paradigm shift,"
Brownback said in a statement. "We
can't continue to bog ourselves down
in the mechanics of the process. The
resolution I am introducing has the
potential to catapult the Middle East
peace process forward. But the actual
language of the resolution links the
move to significant movement on the
stalled Mideast road map."
This resolution states that before
the United States recognizes a
Palestinian State, the U.S. Embassy
must be moved to Jerusalem, and
Jerusalem must be declared the undi-
vided capital of Israel, Brownback
said.
The legislation requires the
embassy move to take place "not later
than 180 days before recognizing a
Palestinian state."

The measure also mandates that
"the United States shall not recognize
a Palestinian state until the interna-
tional community resolves the status
of Jerusalem by recognizing the city
as the undivided capital of Israel."
That, a longtime pro-Israel lobbyist
said, "means the U.S. can never rec-
ognize a Palestinian state until every
other country — Saudi Arabia, Iran,
and so on — recognizes the status of
Jerusalem as Israel's capital. It's a de
facto way of saying 'no Palestinian
state.'"
Brownback refrained from criticiz-
ing his fellow Republican, President
George W. Bush, who promised to
start moving the embassy as soon as
I take office" in 2001, but who has
yet to take the first step.
Pro-Israel lobby groups were taken
by surprise by the resolution. We
support it," said one official, "but it
didn't come from us; this was
Brownback himself."
Administration officials had no
comment, but they are almost certain
to oppose the measure on the
grounds that it will tie their hands in
dealing with the volatile Israeli-
Palestinian conflict and force them to
violate their promise to recognize a
Palestinian state created through
negotiations between Israel and the
Palestinians.

Settlement Penalty

Also on the watch list for pro-Israel
activists: the still-pending decision by
the Bush administration on how
much Israel will be penalized for set-
tlements construction, and whether it
will also take an economic hit for its
controversial new security fence.
Authority to make such deductions
were included in legislation earlier
this year authorizing $9 billion in
loan guarantees
for Israel.
But so far, the
White House has
avoided making a
decision about
exactly how
much to deduct.
The deductions
were a topic in
Rice
meetings between

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