Reid: "Fine, then you shouldn`t have a legal problem when the Israelis enter Gaza at will to attack those that attack them" Fine, Reid, so long as Israel ACCEPTS that it is doing that because it is the occupying power. Because if it accepts that then it must ALSO accept that it is BOUND by the obligations that flow from being an occupying power. But if Israel REFUSES to accept it is launching those incursions as an occupying power then it must also acknowledge that it's only "right" to enter Gaza flow from Article 51 of the UN Charter. Which would *preclude* Israel maintaining total control over Gazan airspace and sea lanes under ALL circumstances and at ALL times, and would preclude Israel having a veto over the building of an airport and a sea port, and would preclude Israel from objecting to the arrival of foreign troops into Gaza, and would only allow the IDF into Gaza in RESPONSE to Palestinian attacks. Yet - so funny! - Israel reserves all those rights to herself.
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from the article: Let Gaza live