“Since the land did not belong to Transjordan, we must not use the term “Occupied Territory,” and under the precepts of international law it is nonsensical nomenclature”

There are No Settlers on the West Bank
by Professor Jason D. Hill
November 25, 2019

…To begin with, the Israeli Jews are not settlers in Judea and Samaria. From here on, they should be referred to as heroic pioneers on re-founded land in Holy Israel…We must, therefore, strike from our vocabulary the term “Occupied Territory.” The Jordanian annexation of Judea and Samaria was regarded as illegal. The British had relinquished its claim to the land when the British Mandate left the region. The Arab forces claimed vehemently that the 1949 Armistice line did not have any legal significance. By that reasoning the land did not belong to anyone. READ MORE

TABLET MAG Alan Baker: Israel’s Rights in the West Bank Under International Law Firstly, and underscoring all other considerations, are the international legal rights emanating from the indigenous and historic claims of the Jewish people in the area as a whole, virtually from time immemorial.

MELANIE PHILLIPS BLOG Negotiation in a war of extermination is no solution but surrender Every part of that claim — that Israel is in “occupation,” that the land it is “occupying” is “Palestinian territory,” and that Israel is acting illegally — is false.

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