What boundaries?1. How many more times does that profoundly nonsensical tirade need to be addressed?Look at any map of Israel. It is defined by the 1949 armistice lines.Link?RE: All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss
SUBTOPIC: The political existence of the state is independent of recognition by the other states.
⁜→ P F Tinmore, et al,
BLUF: What is your point?
(COMMENT)3. Reaffirms the inalienable right of the Namibian people, the Palestinian people and all peoples under foreign and colonial domination to self detennination, national independence, territorial integrity, national unity and sovereignty without outside interference;
This does not diminish any "Civil or Political Right" of the Israeli People.
Just what national independence, territorial integrity, national unity, and sovereignty is being interrupted or denied to the Arab Palestinian People by an outside interference?
IF you are talking about Palestine, as you commonly refer to it (which extends from the River Jordan in the east to the Mediterranean in the west and from Ras Al-Naqurah in the north to Umm Al-Rashrash in the south), THEN Israel does not represent an outside influence and the Israelis represent the majority population in Palestine.
IF you say that the territory in dispute is something less than the "Palestine" you commonly refer to, THEN you are conceding the fact that Israel has borders and is a separate foreign entity that exerts some influence.
So, help an old man understand what it is that is being said or implied...
The non-binding resolution A/RES/37/43 3 December 1982 comes some 15 years AFTER the 1967 Six-Day War (laws are not retroactively applied). And is overtaken by the events of 1988 when the binding decision by the Jordanians to cut all ties to the territory held west of the Jordan River. It is overtaken by the Oslo Accords (the mid-1990s).
Furthermore, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (CCPR), which is a "BINDING PART" of the core to Human Rights Law (HRL) (which your citation behind A/RES/37/43 3 December 1982 is NOT) does not make a distinction or grant some special rights to the Arab Palestinians and not to the Israelis. All peoples (including the Israelis) have the right of self-determination. And by virtue of that right the Israelis can determine their political status and pursue their economic, social and cultural development (without interference from the BDS external influence).
RIsrael is an undefined blob inside Palestine that imposes its "sovereignty" at the point of a gun.IF you say that the territory in dispute is something less than the "Palestine" you commonly refer to, THEN you are conceding the fact that Israel has borders and is a separate foreign entity that exerts some influence.
1) The armistice lines were specifically not to be political or territorial boundaries.
2) Israel does not recognize them as its borders.
So, where exactly, is Israel?
2. let’s refer you to multiple times you have been given agreements entered into between Israel and Arab nations establishing boundaries.
I never did see that list of “new states” you claim were created by the Treaty of Lausanne. Maybe the Israeli borders are defined there.
Take a look and get back to me. Otherwise, if you ask your friends in Hamas and the PA, they can tell you where Israel is located.Arab nations have no authority over Palestine's boundaries.Arab nations establishing boundaries.
Hint: this is where you do your “Treaty of Lausanne” song and dance.