1967 ceasefire lines are inherently unfair to both parties - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Casual Tourist
    • 22.05.11 | 13:49 (IDT)

    In past years, Israel argued that the 67 border was not a border at all, but a ceasefire line. She also argued that the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem were not "occupied" but "disputed" territories, which gave it a free hand to settle these territories at will. On that basis, it follows that the entire land of pre-67 Palestine/Israel, because any borders that existed were not borders but ceasefire lines. So instead of focusing on 67 borders, why not take a look at the entire cake and divide it up according to the population needs of both parties? That would seem eminently more sensible.

    from the article: Top Netanyahu aide: 1967 borders leave too many Israelis outside of Israel
    First published 11:43 22.05.11 | Last updated 11:43 22.05.11
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