while i agree with D that we could do more to build up the infrastructure of the galil(although the arabs in the area are up in arams about the judaisation of the area, so maybe it is not about lines and borders but about jews in areas where arabs dont want them) i still believe it is Israel's right to live and build on land over the 1948 cease-fire lines. nothing in international law unequivocally prevents this. the PLO in its first charter did not recognise these lands as palestinian so who am i to disagree.
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