19 There 's nothing defensive about being an illegal occupier - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dutch
    • 16.09.09 | 18:27 (IDT)

    "No, such behavior is called DEFENSIVE MEASURES. If Hammas got its paws on 21st century warfare they would abuse it in massive ways. That is what is being prevented." Nunya, There is nothing defensive about the position of an illegal occupier. That legal and strategy position and perogative belongs to the owners of the land --the occupied. So stop swallowing government propaganda. Whether you wish to accept it or not fourteen justices at the International Court of Justice in the Hague in 2004 have already ruled unanimously Israel must remove its troops and dismantle the settlements and the wall. (Actually, the justices use the word "void" So that monstrosity of illegality in the West Bank and East Jereusalem must go....) And I would like to know who died and gave Israeli groups a sole rights to be top gun in the Middle East. I don't know of anyone do you? Dutch

    from the article: Netanyahu calls UN Gaza probe a 'kangaroo court' against Israel
    First published 09:28 16.09.09 | Last updated 23:46 16.09.09
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