Take the example of Malcha, within the Jerusalem city limits. I remember it as an abondoned Arab village from which the residents were driven out in 1948. Morroccan and Kurdish Jews were moved in to what was declared Abandoned Property for which the State of Israel became the custodian. Now the Kanyon shopping mall covers the hills that used to be filled with barkan suri and kalayneyot in the Spring. Is that private land or state land in your mind? Who declares it state land? The only party making this distinction is the occupier because it privides them with a legalistic ruse to continue their theft of land, whether it was previously privately owned or did not belong in title to an individual.
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