#89 Tim R. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ron
    • 17.01.10 | 06:03 (IST)

    Are we just to ignore your past misstatements and move on as if they never happened? Did you lie, or were you intellectually dishonest about misquoting UN 242. What about the word "negotiated" in the resolution that you invented? 1. Who knows before 1967. There was never an international decision rendered. After 1967, UN 242, it was "occupied," not disputed. 2. Why ask me to show you something I didn't say? Can't you read what it says.? A deliberately dishonest question. It says. "withdrawal of Israel armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict." (English version). French version says, "all territories." Both are legal. To insert your own adjectives, "all", "a little," "some," "teenie weenie bit," "most of," etc., is asinine semantics. 3. I don't agree or disagree, UN 242 wasn't written in 1948. So, legally, who cares? Do you fret about irrelevancies?

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