#89, #90 Ron - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tim R
    • 17.01.10 | 23:37 (IST)

    "Did you lie, or were you intellectually dishonest about misquoting UN 242? What about the word "negotiated" in the resolution that you invented?"(Ron) This is what I said in my #84 and I stand by it: "UN Resolution 242 states that Israel is to withdraw to "secure and recognized boundaries" and what does the word "Recognized" mean in this context? It means that the boundaries must be negotiated ..."(Tim R) It is your problem if you don't understand or just don't want to understand what I said ... "1. Who knows before 1967. There was never an international decision rendered. After 1967, UN 242, it was "occupied," not disputed"(Ron) Yes, that's the problem Ron: According to you people, history started in 1967 and nothing that happened before that seems to be relevant to you ... "It says," withdrawal of Israel armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict." (English version)"(Ron) That's the only version that is relevant because it is the language in which the resolution was formulated. And it does NOT say that Israel is to withdraw from ALL the territories. And if not, then where is Israel to withdraw to, Ron? Answer: That's the bit that is to be negotiated ... "3) There was no recognized border, only an armistice line. So where was Israel required to withdraw to?"(Tim R) "3. I don`t agree or disagree, UN 242 wasn`t written in 1948. So, legally, who cares? Do you fret about such irrelevancies?"(Ron) You did NOT answer my question Ron! I repeat: Where was Israel required to withdraw to? ANSWER: Obviously, according to resolution 242, borders needed to be negotiated. That's the only reasonable conclusion any NON biased person could come to ...

    from the article: Israel's 10 worst errors of the decade
    First published 08:15 31.12.09 | Last updated 11:35 31.12.09
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