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    • zionist forever
    • 02.05.13 | 22:58 (IDT)

    Your going to have a hard time getting Israel to go back to its legal borders of 1948. The UN partition plan of 1947 allocated 55% of Palestine minus Jaffa to Israel and the remaining 45% + Jaffa to the arab state. We had the war of independence and when the ceasefire was declared in 1949 we had 78% of Palestine, Jaffa and W.Jerusalem and the arabs had nothing. You seriously think we are going to withdraw to the borders allocated by the UN in 1947 which gave us just 55% of Palestine and no Jerusalem or Jaffa? Judea & Samaria is just the remaining 22% of Palestine we didn't capture in the war of independence not the land allocated to Israel under Resolution 181 ( the partition plan ) and not even Meretz would agree to return to the borders set by the UN in 1947.

    from the article: Livni flies to Washington for talks with Kerry on Arab League proposal for Palestinian state
    First published 13:40 02.05.13 | Last updated 13:40 02.05.13
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