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    • Ben Ze'ev
    • 08.04.12 | 06:23 (IDT)

    That's a good idea, this court is worse than useless, it's an enemy of the country. Imagine concocting a law which says that any land for which Jews don't have documented ownership is to be regarded as being owned by Arabs, even if they have no documentation and in fact, never have owned it, This means that they are ignoring the fact that the land involved is, by International Law, Disputed Territories. No one these days seems to ever ask how, when, except for a few tiny pieces granted by the Turkish Government to about 5-6 familes, and the much tinier bit bought by Jews from these Arab owners, all the land was owned by the Turkish Government, who weren't selling any...I repeat, how did it come about that mysteriously Arabs are flourishing documents claiming land ownership. That every time, these documents are proven to be forged, seems not to bother anyone, or make them suspicious, least of all The Israel Supreme Court.Ben Ze'ev

    from the article: Justice Minister pushing for bill that aims to reinstate law struck down by Israel's Supreme Court
    First published 00:51 08.04.12 | Last updated 00:51 08.04.12
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