ChanahS and roadblocks - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Janice
    • 21.09.07 | 20:50 (IST)

    As I said to Ben Jabo I have no problem with Israel erecting a checkpoint between its borders and the occupied territories. But what should be objectionable to everyone are the multiple checkpoints that keep Palestinians from traveling within their own territories. What should be objectionable to everyone is the continuing occupation and the expansion of settlements which only makes Israel more and more hated not only in the Middle East but around the world. By the way, what are Israel's borders? Are you aware that Israel seems to be the only country in the world with undefined borders? Is that because they plan more and more expansion? Undoubtedly.

    from the article: UN: Israel has added dozens of new roadblocks in West Bank
    First published 00:00 21.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 21.09.07
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