CJK: "first, there is no present document that states that the all territory beyond the partition line is disputed." Indeed true, just as there is no documents that say that the tide can come in twice a day. But here is the rub: there **IS** a document that says that the "Jewish state" shall have sovereignty over 55% of the Mandated territory, and that document has never been superceded by any other document. N.E.V.E.R. What Israel has to do is ALLOW THAT ARAB STATE to be established so that it can then (actually, simultaneously) sign a treaty with it. And UNTIL that happens then it remains true that the Partition Plan remains the first and last word on this issue.
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