After Netanyahu says he would wait for a new U.S. president to reach a better military deal for Israel, American officials fire back.00:09 08.02.16 | 0 comments
I'm not sure it is to much effect. JE: "Despite the fact that the League of Nations was formally terminated in April 1946, the rights of the Jewish people in Israel , biblical hills included and in Jerusalem particularly were preserved by the successor organization to the League of Nations, the United Nations" Here is Joe. He is Jewish. He is also an Israeli citizen. You point to a binding international agreement that says that "a Jew" can live in Hebron. I point to a binding international agreement that says that "an Israeli citizen" can not be transferred into Hebron while it is under Israeli occupation. Can Joe go and live in Hebron? No; Joe can not be transferred into Hebron WHILE it is under Israeli occupation, and when that occupation ends the Pals will declare their state and the Mandate will end. Joe gets shafted either way, and while that ain't his fault it also ain't the Pals fault. It is the fault of the occupying power.