The agreement signed by Israeli upon admission to the U.N. Limited it's territory and rights to annex territories and in that sense there is no dispute that the 'disputed' territories do not belong to Israel. The problem arises as to whom the territories belong. Given the liberal democratic underpinnings of modern international law, one would have to conclude that the inhabitants have the right to assert self determinative sovereignty which as you point out, is a political question.
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from the article: Incitement Day in Jerusalem
The Jewish extremists of Israel’s past were quickly welcomed back into society as journalists, political activists and settler leaders. But experts say today’s offenders will not enjoy similar leniency.18:41 11.02.16 | 0 comments