Jerusalem doesn't belong only to Israelis and Palestinians, Muslims and Jews, but to the world.
I look at Jerusalem as being a beacon for the three monotheistic religions.
Jerusalem is a time bomb that I fear is just waiting to go off.
I was born in Jerusalem with a religious background and a rabbi as a father... it was rather poor, but what we did have, we did have books.
I was born in Jerusalem in 1939 to a poor family that shared a rented four-room apartment with two additional families and their children.
After I spent my compulsory army service in the 'top secret office' of the Medical Forces, where I was fortunate to be exposed to clinical and medical issues, I enrolled to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
That can be achieved by termination of Israeli occupation to the territories according to the international resolutions related, so the Palestinian State can be establish with Jerusalem as capital for such State.
I've often made critical comments about settlement expansion in the occupied West Bank and in east Jerusalem, and my position hasn't changed. At the same time, it's equally important to me that the two sides, both Israel and the Palestinians, work towards a durable peace settlement: that's to say a viable two-state solution.
Mark Rylance is one of my heroes. I saw 'Jerusalem' four or five times, twice in New York, twice in London.
When I was about 12, I saw Mark Rylance do this play in New York City called 'Jerusalem' and that really changed the game for me.