#133 Irrelevent under the present circumstances, TOMY - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 20.11.09 | 03:23 (IST)

    T: "CJ , the purchased land had previously owners" This is "occupied territory", and the "occupying power" is prohibited from transferring its nationals into "occupied territory". These owners are all "nationals of the occupying power". Ergo, they are not allowed to take up residence in "their" property WHILE THE OCCUPATION CONTINUES. They. Must. Wait. And if they don't want to wait then the **legal** remedy is for them to agitate for AN END TO THE F**KING OCCUPATION, and not for them to collude with Israel to let them in regardless of Israel's legal obigation to keep them out. *sheesh* Why are even the most simple of concepts such a challenge for you, TOMY?

    from the article: EU, Obama: Settlement construction could threaten peace progress
    First published 13:41 18.11.09 | Last updated 11:57 25.11.09
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