It is impossible to accurately assess how much damage the latest episodes of racism caused Labour, but at least in two constituencies which include Jewish communities, the party suffered losses.15:39 06.05.16 | 0 comments
MfG: "Oslo accords already accepted by the Pal leadership accepted 1967 borders." That is "defacto" recognition, because the Oslo Accords were not a treaty. That recognitions does not become "dejure" until the two sides sign a "treaty", and only sovereign states can sign "treaties". MfG: "But as I`ve stated in earlier posts even if Israel accepted the pre-67 borders your request of the 48 borders would be used...as a excuse...to continue a war with Israel." No, any desire that "Palestine" might have for the '48 borders becomes a dead-letter the instant they sign a treaty with Israel. Treaties are binding documents, and they can only be changed by.... another treaty i.e. once Israel and Palestine sign a treaty stating that the border is *here*, and *here*, and *here* then neither side can unilaterally change that line on the map, and it is pointless to pretend otherwise.