#17 You read, but you don't understand, flyingdoc57 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 13.09.09 | 09:23 (IDT)

    fd57: "Hey, while the U.N. is conducting its unilateral border-arranging," Bzzzzzzzzttt!! Wrong answer, but thanks for playing. Read my post again and you'll see that the UNSC WON'T BE re-arranging any borders i.e. all it will be doing is forcing the IDF to withdraw behind an existing ceasefire line. You know, the thing that ceasefire lines EXIST FOR..... That consequences will inevitably flow from that withdrawal does not mean that the UNSC is unilaterally determining them. Nope. It simply means that the UNSC is creating the situation where ABBAS can unilaterally declare his state, and the family of nations can recognize that declaration. Nothing that I posit has the UNSC exceeding its authority W.H.A.T.S.O.E.V.E.R. fd57: "the U.N. doesn`t have the diplomatic, legal or military power to do any of what you`ve proposed?" Yeah, you keep right on believing that, flyingdoc57......

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