Welcome back, Rebeka. We need clear thinkers like you over here. Indeed, as you say, the Saudi plan is not an unlimited Right of Return. You might also want to add for the benefit of Peter SM #35 that when Resolution 242 speaks of refugees, it only refers to the refugees of the '67 war. (There were about 300,000 of them.) This is what Lord Caradon says in "his" book on the resolution: U.N. Security Council Resolution 242, a case study in diplomatic ambiguity / Lord Caradon ... [et al.] ; introduction by Joseph J. Sisco. Publisher Washington, D.C. : Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, c1981.
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