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    • Reasonable Thinker
    • 10.11.11 | 18:01 (IST)

    So why do you Omit certain key points??? Jews did negotiate prior to 1948 Declaration, they negotiated with UN Partition Planners and Brits who held the mandate to create the 1947 Partition Plan that was voted on in the UN BEFORE ISRAEL'S DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. THAT IS A FACT! When was the partition vote? UN RES 181 NOV 29 1947, when does Israel declare independance? MAY 14th 1948. Tony are you having issues with chronology these days??? Interestingly, you also Omit a point, a point that is paralleled today, Arabs boycotted the Partition Negotiations, likely a cause the resulted in the 1947 partition plan looking like it did. So why do you omit this? Is it because you didn't know this? I think not as you are informed on a plethora of history. Omitting facts to prove a point challenges credibility and walks a dangerous line, when we omit facts to prove a point we teeter into the realm of propaganda...

    from the article: Palestinians deny reports they abandoned UN membership bid
    First published 16:48 10.11.11 | Last updated 16:48 10.11.11
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