The results suggest Iran's next parliament will be more supportive of President Rohani's drive for economic reforms, but conservatives will remain a powerful force.13:31 30.04.16 | 0 comments
17: "I understand you adherence to 'it`s VOLUNTARY obligations as a Declared Sovereign State..' is not absolute" 1) Here is a contract. 2) It is a legal document. 3) Nobody can force you to sign it. 4) But if you do then that signature BINDS you. It is the same with TREATIES i.e. nobody can *make* Israel sign a treaty, but when Israel *does* sign a treaty then that signature binds Israel. Israel signed the UN Charter, did it not, 17? Israel signed the GCs, didn't it? 17: "The subject of International Law is the STATE not collection of residents of geographic area." Syria is a state, and so is Israel. Israel has unilaterally declared its annexation of Israeli-occupied territory that belongs to Syria. Israel did that *AFTER* it signed the UN Charter and the Geneva Conventions, both of which forbid the acquisition of territory by force. You have no leg to stand on.