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    • Carlos
    • 15.06.10 | 13:03 (IDT)

    There was a Balfour declaration and San Remo declaration prior to the UN's creation. The UN has changed very much since 1947, as has world anti semitism. State of Israel does not need UN permission to exist. It is land that has been occupied by foregin powers for 2000 years, from Romans through to ottomans and British, If the UN voted against the UK's right to exist, do you think the British government would surrender? Israel's actions since 1967 have been largely defensive, with the exception of the 82 Lebanon invasion. Correct about one point: Israel is in trouble for its behaviour - ie defending the right for Jews to exist in their own land. That is the agenda of the crticis of Israel. As many have said, sympathy for the Holocaust is no longer in credit, so we are back to 1939 levels of Jew hatred.

    from the article: Neither commission nor inquiry
    First published 00:52 15.06.10 | Last updated 00:52 15.06.10
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