Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by P F Tinmore, Dec 16, 2010.
United Nations General Assembly Resolution 194
"was passed on December 11, 1948, near the end of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
"The resolution expresses appreciation for the efforts of UN Envoy Folke Bernadotte after his assassination by members of the Lehi group.
"It deals with the situation in the region of The British Mandate of Palestine at the time, establishing and defining the role of the United Nations Conciliation Commission as an organization to facilitate peace in the region.
"The resolution consists of 15 articles, the most quoted of which are:
* Article 7: protection and free access to the Holy Places
* Article 8: demilitarization and UN control over Jerusalem
* Article 9: free access to Jerusalem
* Article 11: calls for the return of refugees
I'm most sure the japanese would like to return to the Kurila islands, bummer, no such luck with the united nations masturbational assemly, so far.
Don't forget the Cherokee.
Has Israel ever done wrong, in your esteemed opinion?
The Palestinians are a stubborn lot. They will not accept the loss of their rights.
Or the current occupier of the iroquois real estate. Nevah.
My esteemed expert opinion says that, the hypocritical international community isn't willing to do anything it demands jooz do.
The Old Will Die and the Young Will Forget
Not to fear the media will tell us what we need to know
If Israel legally had any real estate there would be a border around it.
Israel has no borders.
And yet most of the Countries of the world RECOGNIZE Israel as a Sovereign State, which by DEFAULT means most of the world does in FACT recognize Israel has a border. Go figure. Even the UN recognizes Israel as a Sovereign State and thus recognizes her borders.
Pedal your ignorance else where.
The UN, and everyone else, recognizes Israel on the 1949 armistice lines that are frequently called the green line or '67 borders. The UN sponsored armistice specifically stated the the armistice lines were not to be political or national borders. They merely defined areas of occupation.
Israel is a de facto state with no legal standing.
Separate names with a comma.