S: "Jerusalem is part of Israel, granted under the original British Mandate under San Remo" Sanremo makes no mention of an "Israel" or a "Jewish state". D: "It is clear that according to the San Remo decision of 1920" Where? D: "and the League of Nations vote of 1922" Where? D: "Israel`s extension of its jurisdiction over all Jerusalem since the Six Day War is legal and proper" How so? D: "Both houses of the US government passed this into law. It is an indelible fact in international law." So the passage of a law in both Congress and the Senate makes that law an "int'l law"? How so? D: "All subsequent UN resolutions cannot alter what was then granted by the League of nations and all the world powers." Ahem. IF the Mandatory was granted sovereign rights BY the League (actually, by the Allied Powers) THEN a UNGA Resolution DOES alter those rights IF the Mandatory agrees. Correct, David?
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Prof. David Shulman wins Israel Prize for religious studies and philosophy (Haaretz)
from the article: Lieberman: Jerusalem is our eternal capital, it will never be divided