"Yaron Kosteliz, who represents the Beit El Yeshiva Center, said the sale documents were authentic, but added the seller may have deceived the Amana group and did not really own the land." And if you turn around and look at it from the OTHER angle you'll see how an unscrupulous settler could abuse that "logic". As in....... Zionist: Oiy! You! Sell this land to me! Arab: Errr, what?!? That isn't my land. Zionist: Doesn't matter. Sell it to me anyway. Arab: Errr, OK, but what's the point? Zionist: My good man, all I need to do is show that SOMEONE sold it to me, and that makes this transaction Kosher. How easy is that, heh?
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