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    • Eli
    • 16.03.10 | 17:42 (IST)

    Thank you for your concern regarding the Canadian Education System, I never went to public school, but our Jewish Private Schools, Universities and Colleges are Damn Good. Annexation is a UNILATERAL ACT, it ussually happens as result of War. That is part of the definition of the Word. If it was MULTI-LATERAL, or BI-LATERAL it would be Cession (SOLD) or Amalgamation (Asked to Merge) and obey a different series of Protocols. Annexation is legal on land that has sovereignty won in a defensive war. If not, show me the Money, or is this case WORDS. What you have shown, are the SUBJECTIVE protocols that exist around an OBJECTIVE law. Notably, if condition X, and Y, sovereign territory won in a DEFENSIVE WAR (X) and equal rights are exteneded to the Annexed (Y). Then all that is required is INTL Recognition. TBC...

    from the article: IDF official: Neither Israel nor PA wants violence
    First published 01:57 16.03.10 | Last updated 09:50 31.03.10
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