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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 11.08.11 | 22:43 (IDT)

    for the international community to stand behind these condemnation of Israel's flagrant violations of international law. How long must the international community endure this national arrogance on the part of this regime? How much longer will they not hold Israel to account as it continues to flaunt international law? What are the conseuquences of its continued defiance. Can the world not see what this regime is doing by this colonisation of EJ and all areas designated for a Palestinian state? Israel by its actions is making this impossible. It wants land at any cost and it wants to dispossess Arabs form that land. Is that not clear that that is the goal of zionism? Can any one in their right mind say that this regime is working toward a two state solution. It is time to level severe sanctions against this regime for its flagrant violation of justice and international law.

    from the article: UN calls on Israel not to build new settlements in East Jerusalem
    First published 22:27 11.08.11 | Last updated 22:27 11.08.11
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