Archive for the 'Israel’s Legal Territorial Rights' Category

  1. Nakba Day Commemorates the Day the Arabs Failed to Vanquish and Exterminate the Jews of Palestine

    Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

    “Nakba Day commemorates the catastrophe (as the Palestinians have chosen to call it) when five Arab nations (Egypt, Trans Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Yemen) attacked outnumbered and outweaponed Israel on its first day of independence. Yet amazingly, and against all odds, the poorly armed Jewish Haganah emerged victorious.”

  2. Most Palestinians Penetrated into the Land of Israel Between 1870s’-1948

    Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

    “The Palestinian claim that they are the indigenous people of the Land of Israel has no ground”” says this renowned historian.

  3. The legal basis for Israel’s existence

    Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

    By Prof. Jack Cohen The two extreme views of the West Bank situation are the liberal view, that the Palestinians are a poor, colonized people who were there before Israel was founded and who deserve a state of their own, and the religious view that the land was promised to the Jews in the Bible, […]

  4. Israel’s settlements are legaL

    Sunday, December 20th, 2009

    “The distinguished Anglo-Canadian jurist, Professor Gerald Adler, considers this very assumption. In a painstaking analysis of Jewish claims stretching back to the Balfour Declaration of 1917, the Treaty of Sèvres of 1920 and the Palestine Mandate of 1922, Professor Adler demonstrates that Jews have a right to “close settlement” on the West Bank, and that this right was in fact specifically preserved, and carried forward on the demise of the League of Nations, through the deliberate wording of article 80 of the founding charter of its successor body, the United Nations organization.”