You didn't actually "quote" anything. This is how you quote facts.. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • talknic
    • 03.03.11 | 15:36 (IST)

    Israel’s borders were declared and recognized as “within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947,” by the majority of the International Community and confirmed BY THE ISRAEL GOVERNMENT in statements to the UNSC BEFORE Israel was accepted into the UN and BEFORE Israel made any claims to territories beyond the actual extent of it’s SELF DECLARED frontiers. UNGA Res 181 is STILL enshrined in the Declaration for the Establishment of the State of Israel. UNGA Res 181 was cited BY THE ISRAELI GOVERNMENT to argue for Israel’s acceptance into the United Nations. Official notice of the Declaration http://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/decad169.asp Israeli confirmation of it’s Sovereign extent http://unispal.un.org/UNISPAL.NSF/0/B4085A930E0529C98025649D00410973 Israeli confirmation of Sovereign extent http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Foreign+Relations/Israels+Foreign+Relations+since+1947/1947-1974/2+Israel-s+position+on+its+frontiers.htm Israel’s first claim to territories “OUTSIDE of Israel” http://unispal.un.org/UNISPAL.NSF/fd807e46661e3689852570d00069e918/c96e0252e7710bce85256d95006bc157?OpenDocument On May 15th 1948 the extent of Israel’s Sovereign territories were clearly defined in the Israeli Government’s official announcement of the Declaration for the Establishment of the State of Israel “within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947,” On May 22, 1948 the Israeli Government confirmed it’s frontiers as “within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947,” in correspondence to the UNSC By May 11th 1949 Israel had already been recognized by the majority of the International Community of Nations according to the Israeli Government statements of May 15th & May 22nd 1948 “within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947,” . On 11 May 1949 Israel was accepted into the UN as a UN Member State as recognized, “within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947,” On June 15, 1949 the Israeli Government again confirmed it’s frontiers in correspondence to the UNSC On the 31st Aug 1949 Israel made it’s first official claim to territories beyond the extent of it’s sovereign frontiers AFTER IT’S BOUNDARIES WERE RECOGNIZED Consecutive Israeli Governments have been LYING to it’s own citizens for 62 years..

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    First published 02:32 03.03.11 | Last updated 02:32 03.03.11
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