Not since land seizure by right of conquest was abolished in 1949. It was made a war crime. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Melissa
    • 20.07.13 | 09:23 (IDT)

    Israel signed her agreement, even before the US did. Those laws were made because: 1) Old Uncle Adolph stole lands and homes from Jews, and gave them to non-Jewish Germans, lIke the settlers are doing, now, and 2) Old Dolph tried to claim he won lands in Poland in a "defensive war." And, 3) Nope. All states have borders. There IS a legal annexation process. Israel has never used it. There IS a process for legally declaring borders. Israel has used it once, Those are STILL her borders. The US doesn't walk into Mexico, build a wall on someone's property one day, and say, "This is now part of the US." Canada can't put Canadians on a strip of Michigan forest, and say, "Well, it's ours, now." Israel can't either. Israel also stole all three WB aquifers. That won't go down well at the ICC.

    from the article: Settlers pillaging the state
    First published 03:08 19.07.13 | Last updated 03:08 19.07.13
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