21: Jonathan, attempt to deal in facts - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David Teich
    • 22.03.06 | 15:06 (IST)

    There is no "Palestinian territory." UNR 181 only suggested borders, since borders can only be negotiated. The Arabs voted against UNR181 and attacked Israel. The Arabs demanded that the Armstice Agreements specifcy the Armistice Line (The Green Line) did not define a border. UN and US military inspectors agreed, stating that the line did not give Israel a defensible border, and the agreements make that clear. UNSCR 242 is very clear that there is no border until both parties sit down and negotiate real borders. It also says the Arab States should end their war against Israel and open normalized relationships. The Arabs have done nothing to agree to any part of UNSCR 242. In 2000, Israel offered a border that set, by Palestinian estimates, 95% of the disputed territories as a Palestinian State. Arafat left the negotiations and began suicide bombings, continuing the Arab war that has been fought since before 1948.

    from the article: Strangled in Gaza
    First published 00:00 22.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 22.03.06
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