Policy, which was brought up recently by government ministers purportedly as a way to deter potential terrorists, was ruled out by state's top legal officials.03:29 10.02.16 | 0 comments
which it is. The U.N. declared the occupation to be a defensive occupation, which, given the unprovoked Arab attack of Israel in 1967, it was. It doesn't cease to be be a lawful occupation until there is a renunciation of violence and an enforceable security arrangement which meets the standards of U.N. resolution 247 of "secure borders". So, no, not at all. Moreover, boycotts are a two edged sword. The moment that Israel says no to all Pal workers, is the instant that the backlog on taxes looks like a tiny amount.