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Forced expulsions are illegal in international law.

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Submitted by d singer (Australia), Aug 17, 2005 at 03:34

Israel's action in forcibly expelling Jews from Gaza and Northern Samaria breaches two international conventions to which Israel is a signatory.

International encouragement and support for such expulsions has created a dangerous precedent that can now be applied anywhere else in the world.

You can register your protest at what is presently occurring by signing the petition at www.ipetition.com.
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