The Edmonton Reader Writes about 1948 border - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Sourdough
    • 27.02.10 | 20:58 (IST)

    Yet another 'original' opinion from one of the billions of the Arab-sympathizing, Jew-hating scumbags attempting to wheedle out of their unpunished aggression of 1948 and ignominious defeats. Israel accepted the border in '47, but the Arabs (all of them around the entire world) did not. Got that straight buddy?. The subsequently were pushed back and an armistice was agreed on in 1949, with new demarcation lines. Then nthere were more wars and new boundaries set based on armistices in 1967 and 1973, Then there were peace treaties with egypt and Jordan that set the border with those countries. The Palestinian Arabs were not a party to any of those agreements. they are not a nation nor an ethnic group. They are simply residents. Since 1948 many countries borders have been changed without the UN's interference, including those of China, the USSR, Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Yemen, Jordan, Germany, Estonia, Lithuania, Checkoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Cyprus, Armenia, Pakistan, Bangladesh.

    from the article: Palestinians threaten to adopt one-state solution
    First published 01:57 26.02.10 | Last updated 02:16 26.02.10
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