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By Real Real Zionist
September 19, 2011
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My my Jose we are getting panicky are we not.

I am not sure all this hyper keyboard activity is good for your blood pressure

Re just so you know...

The late professor Julius Stone obviously had the severest reading disability.
The words of the Geneva Conventions are perfectly clear and unambiguous.

".....the inadmissability of the acquisition of territory through war "

How much freaking clearer can words get ?

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Advis3r

Tue, 09/20/2011 - 09:36

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Ah Real Real Phoney still posting with the anti-Zionist MG picture.

You dumb troll Judea and Samaria were awarded to the Jews by the League of Nations under the terms of the mandate for Palestine. In 1967 Israel took back what already legally belonged to it! The Geneva Convention does not apply - troll elsewhere!


Real Real Zionist

Tue, 09/20/2011 - 10:00

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Jose lil short of time this morning but some time soon I will educate you about the British Mandate

As for the Geneva Conventions, you are entitled to your warped opinions but unfortunately they are in marked contrast to those of the hordes of highly paid international law lawyers employed at vast expense by the foreign offices of every country in the world

Bye Bye for now.


Advis3r

Tue, 09/20/2011 - 10:09

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Run troll run! Just ponder this while you run the Geneva Convention relates to the acquiring of land from a sovereign state - which sovereign state do you claim Israel took the land from? Hint it could not be Jordan because it had illegally annexed the land and it could not be the "Palestinians" - they never had sovereignty. Sometimes you have to see who paid the lawyers to come up with the opinions they provide.


Mary in Brighton

Tue, 09/20/2011 - 10:48

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"Sometimes you have to see who paid the lawyers to come up with the opinions they provide."

Every taxpayer in the world ?


Advis3r

Tue, 09/20/2011 - 11:24

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As someone has posted on the Sky News website:

Surely it tells a story, when the Arabs held the disputed land for 19 years from 1948 to 1967 via Egypt and Jordan, which the Arabs now profess to want as a state, they did not use the lands to create a Palestinian state.

Jordan even annexed the West Bank as their own, and the Palestinian Liberation Organisation was created in 1964, during this lengthy period of Arab occupation, when the only land to be liberated was Israel proper.

The PLO's own charter of 1964 denying any claim to the disputed lands occupied by Arab and Egypt. The PLO only amending their own charter in 1968, to include a claim to the lands now sought when the Arabs lost them to Israel in the 1967 war.

The Arabs were first offered a state in the disputed lands during 1947 by the United Nations. They refused UN partition and peace, instead choosing conflict to remove Israel. Surely history teaches us what this is all about, and it is not simply about Palestinian statehood.


Rich Armbach

Tue, 09/20/2011 - 13:16

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Just thought I would mention in passing......

The Geneva Conventions state that it is inadmissable to acquire territory through war. Israel acquired the west bank through war. There is no mention of " acquired from a sovereign state."

Neither the Balfour Declaration or The League of Nations " awarded " the west bank to the Jews. Further, the Sate of Israel didn't exist at that time and so could not have acquired any property at that time.


JC Webmaster

Tue, 09/20/2011 - 13:59

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