#127 I'll try one more time to explain this to SDHD..... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 25.04.10 | 17:49 (IDT)

    SDHD: "First of all, when you "deploy" outside of a territory, you withdraw from that territory, shitwit." So ignorant. Wilhelm List vs the USA, the "Hostages case", 1947. List argued that when he deployed his troops out of *here* then *here* was no longer under his authority, therefore he was not responsible for whatever happened next. His argument was rejected i.e. the court ruled that if he *deployed* his troops outta' there then he retained the right to *redeploy* them back in, and that meant he still had "authority" over that territory. That established the legal principle that a DEPLOYMENT is different to a WITHDRAWAL. And that legal difference is the reason why Sharon used the word "withdrawal" in all the draft versions that he showed to the USA, only to replace it with the word "redeployed" when the revised (i.e. the final) version of the plan went to the Knesset for ratification. A pea-and-thimble trick, but it sure fooled you.

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