Last time I read about Ariel being incorporated into Israel Proper so what settlement you are talking about? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe
    • 29.08.10 | 08:22 (IDT)

    The West Bank is DISPUTED territory - neither sovereign to the Pals nor to the Israelis. The fact that Jordan and Iraq attacked Israel several times from this territory, formerly OCCUPIED by Jordan for 19 yrs., does not give the Pals nor Arabs any more claim then Israel. Notwithstanding the media B.S. “Green Line” for the past 43 years, only Israel has been threatened with annihilation from this territory, and is demarcated only as a place where the Arab armies were stopped in this attempt in 1949. I seem to recall Jordan building there for 19 years and not allowing Jews to visit their holy sites (under UN sanction – how soon we forget) in that territory, and yet there was no media frenzy at the time - why was that? No Saudi $$$? If I was Israeli, I would boycott the “artists” concerned. They're traitors to the country which sustains them.

    from the article: Puppet theater
    First published 00:56 29.08.10 | Last updated 00:56 29.08.10
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