#44 Ita - then Israel is illegal - belongs to Canaanites - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Don Boston
    • 29.12.09 | 16:10 (IST)

    Like most Zionists, you extend logic only so far as fits your prejudices. The Bible and Torah are clear: the Israelites seized or "stole" what you now call Israel, Judea and Sumaria from the Canaanites. Do you deny the truth of the Torah? In reality, the illegality of acquiring land by war was established after WW II and after the creation of the state of Israel (1948 borders). The world got tired of endemic warfare and mass destruction and created an entire new world order. By 1967, taking land by war was absolutely illegal and remains so to this day. That's why Sadaam Hussein was pushed out of Kuwait. Obviously, you've never read the Geneva Conventions or the UN Charter. Your comments show an appalling ignorance. By the way, neither document refers specifically to Israel. In your apparent worship of war, you are in a tiny minority.

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    First published 01:46 29.12.09 | Last updated 11:23 29.12.09
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