Israel, again - Page 11




 
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Boots
 
October 17th, 2011  
senojekips
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by moshe
Human conflicts throughout the annals of human history, the victory dictates the terms of the borders of conflicting states. Read history books rather than newspapers.
That's the downfall of your whole argument, it is exactly that, "history",... past history, gone, kaputt, זה הסתיים

Borders cannot be altered unless agreed to by both parties. See below:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Israel Law Resource
INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
(applies during wartime and to military occupations)
1. Acquisition of Territory by Military Conquest is Illegal, and gaining sovereignty via military occupation is illegal. The only legal reason for a military action or occupation is self-defense, and it is generally thought that legal occupations would be only short-term because they would only be for the purpose of self-defense (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).
2. Parties to military conflict and their armed forces are required to allow civilians to return to their homes following the end of fighting no matter what their reasons for leaving (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).
3. It is Illegal for Occupant to Significantly Change Local Laws (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).
4. Military forces and occupation forces are required to respect religious, educational and cultural institutions, and to allow ministers of religion to preach and give religious counsel to civilians, POW's, etc. (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).
5. PROPORTIONALITY - An Important Legal Principle for measuring the Legality of a Military Action (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).
6. Collective Punishment is illegal because Civilians are Punished who were not Directly Responsible for the Crime (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).
7. The Occupant Must Strike a Balance Between Securing its own Military Safety and Public Order vs. Doing Only That Which Benefits the Native People, but the Latter is the More Important (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).
8. The Occupant is Required to Respect the Self-Determination Needs of the Native People except where it Significantly Jeopardizes its own Safety (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).
9. The Occupant is Required to Respect the Human Rights of the Native People except where it Significantly Jeopardizes its own Safety (related International Laws, Israeli violations, and references).

Source: http://www.israellawresourcecenter.o...ides/sgil1.htm
October 18th, 2011  
moshe
 
Pie in the sky ... this do as i say but not as i do only reveal a complete and total coward.
October 18th, 2011  
senojekips
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by moshe
Pie in the sky ... this do as i say but not as i do only reveal a complete and total coward.
LOL,... Can you provide an example or a source for that?
Killing of Australian native people was made a Capital offence in 1832.. Not like Israel where the indiscriminate killing goes on until this day.

Once again your ignorance as to current affairs ably demonstrates the success of your Zionist brain washing.
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Boots
October 20th, 2011  
84RFK
 
 
And still people wonder why it's hard to find a peacefull solution in the Middle-East..

I suggest you guys stop buggering "moshe" here before he goes down to the "holy land" an does a Baruch Goldstein in a fit of frustration.
October 20th, 2011  
moshe
 
Sin brings up a left wings source and pretends it to be the Gospel. Skewed sources reflect a skewed personality disorder ... nothing to do but pity the poor pathetic fool.
October 20th, 2011  
senojekips
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by moshe
Sin brings up a left wings source and pretends it to be the Gospel. Skewed sources reflect a skewed personality disorder ... nothing to do but pity the poor pathetic fool.
Ahhhh,... Yes, we all know about the terrible "left wing", ICJ and UN.