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    • arik
    • 16.11.09 | 20:27 (IST)

    "Which parts of Israel`s actual Sovereign territories were attacked?" I cannot really grasp if CJ is tizzing or talking seriously. Lets put some things in clear 1) The palestinians did not accept the partition because they did not want any jewish state in that region. period 2) They launched a war against the Jewish community which was responded by the plan Dalet, and not the other way around 3) The arab armies came to exterminate the Jewish state. Therefore it was logical, courageous and totally rightfull to attack them. A defensive war of a tiny community against military vandalism. 4) The result was the naqbah and the armistice borders. 5) The result is that no palestinian state was created and will no be created without direct negotiations between the parts on borders,refugees and Jerusalem. Nothing belongs to the palestinians, and without negotiations I am afraid that the status quo will prevail.

    from the article: Netanyahu seeks to foil Palestinian declaration of statehood, again
    First published 02:07 16.11.09 | Last updated 08:42 16.11.09
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