"The WB is by no means "Palestinian territory". There never was a Palestinian State so it is disputed at best." Lisa misses the point. Whether Palestine is or is not a declared state is irrelevant. The fact is that the border of Israel was defined by the UN in 1948: The Green Line. Later, in 1967, that corder was modified by the armistice with Jordan What lies on the other side of that modified border is definitely NOT Israel. The controversy is not about where the borders of Palestine lie. The controversy is about where the legitimate border of Israel lies! Israel has crossed her own clearly defined borders to attempt extra-territorial possession of land that does not belong to her. In 1940's Europe, this was called an act of war. Vichy France was "disputed territory". But giving it such a polite name did not make it legitimate. No more so today in Israeli occupied West Bank, Golan Heights, or Israeli besieged Gaza.
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from the article: Olmert's negotiator: Full Mideast peace impossible