'We came here to feel safe. Now my children refuse to walk to school alone, just like they did in Paris,' French émigré says after twin attacks in Ra'anana.13:27 13.10.15 | 9 comments
If you were really a lawyer, you would be well versed in document construction, which you are apparently not. In short, you can only use the document itself as qualification, not something that does not in fact exist at all. The phrase "territories occupied by Israel" is fully functional and contains all of the necessary requirements. If a piece of land is occupied by Israel as result of the 1967 conflict, that is the land that is being addressed. That is the only qualifier that exists in the actual document. If there is another IN THE DOCUMENT ITSELF, please point that out to us. Good luck there.