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    • duncan
    • 09.09.07 | 14:17 (IDT)

    Israel gets its secure borders by having militarily defensible lines." It gets secure borders by concluding a peace agreement. ..... if it does not have miltarily defensive borders, it will just be an invitation to new agression. all arabs have been brought up to believe that the creation of Israel was a great injustice and an injustice as we all know has to be rectified. 10 peace agreements will not prevent that. A peace agreement may be a necessary condition for secure borders but certainly not sufficient. JB. Insisting that Israel can DEMAND that seizure of land be legitimized because the neighbors MUST recognize the "new" border does not bring peace, Duncan - and I tire of pointing out to you that it is PEACE that is the aim of Res 242, not territorial expansion. ... even according to your minimalist interpretation (from Israel's point of view) of un 242 it was still about giving Israel territorial expansion and hence peace. un 242 created part of soverig

    from the article: Failed marks in comprehension
    First published 00:00 27.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 27.08.07
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