This is another example how Israel has lost the moral & legal arguments for greater Israel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dutch
    • 15.04.12 | 14:22 (IDT)

    Especially ,from a people whose leaders pleaded with he international body of the UN following the war-claiming their peoples' were devastated-by horrendous violations in the human rights and the confiscation of their property by the Nazi Re-gime--when today their ZIonist Regime is guilty of some of those same war crimes.... It simply invalidates their rights and claims to a remain a member state today in my book . Not to mention under the UN Charter there can be no gain of territory even from a state claim- ing "self Defense." And most certainly to remain in the Palestinian territories today. (This was reflected in the almost UN assembly vote last September. And indeed proceeded by a panel of 14 justices in 2004 at Hague that Israel has to remove its troops and "void" all its structures in the territories. ) So why should anyone be surprised to see the International activists coming to Israel? Get Real! And stop denying reality.......Dutch

    from the article: Israel blocks entry to first pro-Palestinian 'fly-in' activists; hundreds more expected
    First published 09:33 15.04.12 | Last updated 09:33 15.04.12
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