Everywhere one looks with regard to the notion of occupation in international law, one sees the same implicit and explicit assumption -- some country's land must be being occupied. Jordan, which annexed the land after its war with Israel and '48, has renounced their claim. This leaves the same question: what country's land is being occupied? There never has been a country called Palestine, unless one wants to go back 2,800 years to the Philistines, and their land was on the coast inside the Green line.
In three days, Greek coastguard rescues 2,500 migrants (Reuters)
from the article: Leftists to Elie Wiesel: Occupied Jerusalem can't be holy