Rabbinical courts to stop automatically placing financial burden on divorced fathers.02:39 02.12.15 | 0 comments
It does work both ways. Israel is as you say an occupation of people of sorts since there are a definite foriegn-to-Israel people who are present in the land. However since they are not and were not ever a state, Israel has no duty toward them regarding "stately" affairs such as differentiation of borders or consultation regarding land use. Israel must treat them justly, as it must any foreign national. ie- not singling them out for abuse. This was accomplished by going to the court before appropriation of lands for state use. This is the same authority Israel used to put some on the bridge to Jordan in the early days. Since they broke the law of the land, they were expelled as undesirable visitors, not as citizens having the right of occupation. Similar to other groups of non-citizens residing in foreign lands, the Arabs of Israel, Judea and Samaria own lands and some have multi-generational residency but cannot claim any historical citizenship of the area.