...only by blithely ignoring those pesky UN resolutions that remind the author that 'territory acquired by war is inadmissible' is it possible to say Israel is "secure" - and that is a real stretch because this author assumes those borders are the real borders. Perhaps Gidi Grinstein should have provided the map with his story that bears out what he calls the borders of Israel by 1967? Because I am thinking such a map he could provide would neither be official nor legal and that really kind of renders the whole premise of the article as meaningless as it is untrue.
U.S., China, Afghanistan and Pakistan launch new round of Afghan peace talks (AP)
from the article: Comment / Israel delegitimizers threaten its existence
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