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Why elevate Israel legitimacy to a debate?

Reader comment on item: My Testimony before the House Subcommittee on Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations
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Submitted by Jake (United States), Feb 26, 2007 at 11:42

Because certain groups of people think Israel is not legitimate doesn't mean it's elevated to the level of debate. Israel's legitimacy is a fact, not something that's going to be debated and then overturned. Would you debate the American Indians as to the legitimacy of the United States? I don't thing so, so why would you do it here?

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