Turkish officials estimate that 15,000 Syrian refugees are waiting on the Syrian side of the border, and expect up to 50,000 more.14:11 06.02.16 | 0 comments
How does "Palestine" have any right to cross Israel's borders, or ship goods across them? How do they have any right to use Israel's harbors and airports? How the hell do they have a "right" to be supplied with Israeli fuel, water and electricity? And by continuing to refuse to recognize Israel's right to exist as a Jewish State, per UNSC181, the PA insures a state of war from Day One - can hardly expect to wage holy war against Israel while enjoying all the advantages of normalization. The world and UN that took ZERO action against Trans-Jordan's "draconian" settlement building and ethnic cleansing of Jews during its 1948-1967 rule of W. Bank (that prevented a Palestinian Arab state) - has neither legal nor moral right to now intervene against Israel. Plus, they haven't the balls, the might, nor the means. I merely pointed out the benefits of negotiation vs. "unilateral declaration"! Algeria is an idiotic example.