ELLIOTT ABRAMS (FELLOW, COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS): We're talking about four — four — houses in a part of Jerusalem where Jews lived until 1948, was conquered by Jordan. Jordan kicked all of the Jews out but they retained their ownership rights. So what they are now saying is well, there are tenants in there who are not paying their rent or whose leases are up. There are people who are squatters. So let's go to court and let a court decide who actually should have the properties. In any western country, in the U.S., this would just be a kind of, you know, landlord-tenant dispute in a municipal court. It's being blown way, way out of proportion by Hamas and others who are looking for excuses to impose violence on Israelis and Palestinians.