Israeli, not "Jewish building beyond the Green Line" is violation - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Avishai
    • 22.03.10 | 05:38 (IST)

    "Jewish building beyond the Green Line remains a violation of international law". This is the sloppy reporting that simply helps Zionists make the accusation that it's racism against Jews or anti-Semitism to forbid Jews from building in East Jersualem. They then argue that the illegality is itself wrong. Dear editor, please correct your article to state that it is "Israeli building beyond the Green Line remains a violation of international law", not "Jewish building..." Only the prior is the correct statement, because Jews CAN IN FACT build in East Jerusalem WITHOUT infringing international law IF they build in the capacity as Palestinians. It is that these Jews are Israelis, ie, citizens of the occupying country, that makes the building by these Jews illegal under international law. It is NOT the fact that they are Jews. Let those Jews become Palestinians and build in that capacity, as Palestinian Jews. If they remain Israelis, then they're violating international law! Simple!

    from the article: Jewish politicians are taking Jerusalem's name in vain
    First published 02:41 22.03.10 | Last updated 07:51 22.03.10
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