For about the seven hundredth time. Your argument, Paul, that Israel's legitimacy as a state is based on the 1922 mandate and that that gives Israel the right to steal as much West Bank land as it likes, also indicates that all citizens Arabs, Jews, etc. of the Palestine Mandate in 1947 have a right to reside in Israel. If Israel is the same state as Mandate Palestine, not some new state, then it can't just disenfranchise and steal the property of half of its citizens. Legitimate states just don;t do that Paul.
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