if the Palestinian Arabs rejected UNSCR 181 or kissed every page. There is only one international law-maker and that is the UN. Their decision stands until they decide to overturn or supersede it. To date they have chosen to do neither. In international law as things stand: * Beersheba, Ashkelon, Sederot, Nazareth and many other parts of Israel are not legally parts of Israel at all, they are occupied territories * Israel should vacate J'sem, West and East, to be placed under international control * Israel should withdraw completely from the West bank, lock, stock and barrel, settlers and impedimentia. Not one single one of the land claims Israel makes, territories it has occupied or justifications it advances have any validity in law.
Israeli soldier lightly wounded after being hit by car south of Hebron (Haaretz)
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