1. It is highly questionable by historians whether the Six Day War was defensive on the part of Israel. if you argue from 19 yrs of conflict, Israel has a peace treaty with Jordan now for over 15 yrs and there is no conflict with Jordan. The palestinians have also agreed to recognise israel. 2. Your second point has no standing whatsoever in international law. In certain passages of the Bible the borders of the land of Israel extend to the tigris and Euphrates. Is that then also part of your ancestral homeland to be taken and settled? 3. Your thrid point is a zionist canard and has no standing in international law. It also has no bearing on the moving in of a colonising population and the forced transfer of the indigenous population. Your argument about the PLO laing claim to Jerusalem would then also apply to Israel which annexed it to become part of "The land of Israel"
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