So that, whatever the inhabitants may wish, it is France they will certainly have. Israel is of course the only place in the Middle East where Christians are free to worship without persecution. And is it really that simple? And Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long traditions, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desires and prejudices of theArabs who now inhabit that ancient land.
And this is a dangerous sport. So is that enough to wean drivers off their love of the gas guzzler. Indeed Richard Verber for the Board of Deputies argues that the founders of the State of Israel referenced the Balfour Declaration, repeating and reinforcing a commitment to civil and religious freedom.
First challenge is to install a network of charging points. Algerians are rioting the Egyptians are calling for change and Yemen is as unstable as ever. Fuel prices in the UAE have risen three times in the last six months - and are set to rise even further as subsidies are cut.
I think Jewish people have long understood the importance of living alongside their religious brethren; whether that be Christian or Muslim or indeed any other stripe or people of no faith at all.
But rarely do they go for motorbikes. And what role do they have in mobilising governments to make those changes? Sponsors are flooding in to help with the expense of this fledgling industry. So how important is the business community in coming up with alternative sources of energy? The four Great Powers are committed to Zionism.
But either way Nicolas Pelham says it changed the religious make-up not just of Palestine but of much of the Middle East.
Contact the programme on middleeastbiz bbc. So - if governments can solve the economic problems, can they solve the social ones too? Many have their own areas and places of worship.
Can the league survive and flourish in such an environment? Our call is to the British Government now, if it is determined to celebrate the Balfour Declaration, to do so in the only real meaningful way by working tirelessly for full equal rights for everybody who calls it home.
And in essence, says Richard Verber, the right of Israel to exist in the first place is at the heart of any religious definition of that hotly contested concept Zionism.
To help change that perception, small groups of amateurs and semi-professionals are working hard with custom built "super bikes" to get motorbike racing off the ground. Abu Dhabi may have the financial clout to invest in alternative forms of energy but will its plans pay off in the long run?
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