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    • Daniel
    • 17.03.10 | 02:21 (IST)

    Actually CJ you don't seem to know international law at all. Israel did not illegally do any of things you are claiming. Israel won all of the land in 1967 in a defensive war. That makes it technically and legally Israel's. Israeli law and policy are legal to enforce there. The lands that were illegally conquered in 1948 by Jordan, the aggressor nation should have been forfeit to Israel or a new Arab state. Israel in an attempt to establish peace with her neighbors has actually done what no nation has ever been expected to do. Israel has given land for peace. It worked with Egypt. The hope is it will work with the Palestinians. Jordan which comprises the majority of what was once called Palestine is not involved in giving up land. Ask yourself, "why is that?" So when it comes to "straws" when Israel has had its last one the Arabs may find themselves facing a nation no longer willing to have its hands tied by America and public image.

    from the article: IDF official: Neither Israel nor PA wants violence
    First published 01:57 16.03.10 | Last updated 09:50 31.03.10
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