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That it woudn't be against the law.

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in response to reader comment: mr pipes what is the solution ..of palestinan problem

Submitted by B. Williame (Belgium), Mar 31, 2008 at 05:43

After the world war the countries gathered gave those lands to the current people of Israel. WITH aggreement and even buying it from the rulers back then of the arabic states.

So the very moment palestinians finally accept, that there own leaders of the past sold their land. And they are now trying to steal it from it's rightful owners. Perhaps they would drop their voided claims on such.

If they stop fighting for things that aren't theirs(definition of sold land to an other is you lose right of claiming it). There would also be more peace....

Can't take a bought item, sold by its rightful owner back then,from the Israeli people to a self nominated populations falsly claiming it. It woudn't just not be lawfull, more theft, plain and simple.

So try to understand this first. (BTW this has been discussed over and over again in the past on this site, so what I gave you as answer is but a very short version of the facts already given before)



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