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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 15.08.11 | 16:08 (IDT)

    1. By recognising Israel,Palestinians recognise it as the state as it defines itsefl. This "Jewish" thing is new and has been set up by the far right in Israel and has never been part of recognition. Check your facts. The UN partititon plan spoke of an Arab state and a Jewish state. Palestinians recognise that. 2.As for violence speak to the zionist colonists who are carrying out acts of violence against palestinian villagers on a daily basis. Check your facts. 3. The borders that are to be discussed are those of June 6, 1967 and so recognised by the international community. That is what is to be negotiated. Since 1967 Israel has unilaterally changed the geographic and demographic reality on the ground which is in violation of international law. Quite simple really. A matter of facts and not zionist propaganda.

    from the article: Israel approves 227 new homes in West Bank settlement of Ariel
    First published 12:55 15.08.11 | Last updated 12:55 15.08.11
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