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    • Osama
    • 18.12.10 | 14:06 (IST)

    but the occupation itself not the settlements should be at the top of the agenda. Israel is by international law an occupying power for the westbank, gaza, and E. Jerusalem. Israel continues to break this law and uses naive arguments about its security. I was angry to read today that Israel is impeding international Palestinian post service for security concerns. When would the time come for Israelis to understand that their lives are no better than any single Palestinian. Even we can't send post to our families in and outside Palestine because of Israel. This occupation is a shame for modern civilization!

    from the article: Ban Ki-moon names settlement freeze a top UN goal for 2011
    First published 06:38 18.12.10 | Last updated 06:38 18.12.10
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