17: " 'Other party`s right' meant established states - Arab Residents of Judea and Samaria are not the party - Jordan was A pointless point, 17, for an obvious reason i.e. it does not even *begin* to address the substance of my post, which is that the territory that the IDF must withdraw from is a **different** principle to the need of each party to recognize the "secure boundaries" of every other party. Jehudah was insisting that they were bound up in one inextricable "principle", and Res 242 clearly says that he is wrong i.e. the WITHDRAWAL of the IDF from occupied territory is a quite separate "principle" to the RECOGNITION of every party for each other. It says so in the text itself.
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from the article: EU initiative: Recognition of Palestinian state by next year