Are you familiar with the article "Eindhoven persists in factual inaccuracy"(*)?
Do you share our conclusion that the captions "mountain in Palestine" / "city in Palestine" on the street signs of Eindhoven’s Tabor-, Zion-, Jerusalem-, Tiberias- and Nazareth streets are factually incorrect? Do you share our conclusion that these mountains and cities are located in the Jewish state of Israel and nowhere else? If not, why not?
Are you aware that the municipality of Eindhoven has already promised in 2014 to adjust these street signs with 'regular replacement', but that this has still not happened in 2020? Do you share the opinion that the municipality's reason "that signs do not wear out quickly" is a very weak excuse and painfully exposes Eindhoven's anti-Israel policy?
Does the municipality's stubborn attitude have anything to do with the mostly Turkish and Moroccan residents of the neighborhood in question?
Do you share our opinion that this anti-Israel policy feeds the increasing anti-Semitism and must stop immediately?
Are you prepared to ensure that the municipality of Eindhoven immediately adjusts these anti-Israel signs? If not, why not?
If the municipality of Eindhoven continues to refuse to rectify this in the short term, can we do it ourselves?
(*) Nieuw Israëlietisch Weekblad, 13-2-2020: https://niw.nl/eindhoven-volhardt-in-feitelijke-onjuistheid/