The full international legal rights of the Jewish people to the land of Israel

I was going to title this thread “Give peace a chance” because that is the title of the organization that put together and distributed the video below, but I thought it does not quite express either what I want to say in this post or what the video included goes on to describe, so I have taken the liberty of inventing my own title.

I received this today by email from a relative of mine (thanks Maurice and Ellie!) and without further ado I will quote from the email and post the video below.

This film, “Give Peace a Chance”, details the full international legal rights of the Jewish people to the land of Israel. With experts such as Ambassador Dore Gold, historian Howard Grief and international lawyer Jacques Gauthier, the legal foundation of Modern Israel is traced back to the San Remo Resolution, the basic constitutional document under international law in 1920.

 With the possibility of a unilateral declaration of a Palestinian State at the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council in September 2011 as well as the Durban III Conference on September 22, it is vital that people understand the basic principles included in this video. To watch, click on the link above, or watch this video below. (It is the same video, only below it is on YouTube, whereas above it is on the Give Peace a Chance website).


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8 Responses to The full international legal rights of the Jewish people to the land of Israel

  1. Moishe3rd says:

    Thank you… I just traveled here via your comment on Treppenwitz.
    And, I just posted this on my Facebook page as something to watch.
    Very good.

    • anneinpt says:

      Thank you Moishe3rd and welcome to my blog. I’m so glad you found your way here! Kol hakavod for posting this on Facebook. It needs to be spread as far as possible.

  2. Earl says:

    Howard Grief is potentially the most influential person extant today on Planet Earth. Fortunately, he will leave at least the legacy of his book.
    /perhaps some hyperbole, but very little…

  3. So I’m not really a crazy Irishman howling in the wilderness. 🙂

    Excellent post and video, laying it out far better than I ever have.

    • anneinpt says:

      Ha! As soon as I saw this video I thought of you and Earl. Glad you liked it.

    • Earl says:

      Full (belated) credit to you, Ari- you’ve been banging away at this ad infinitum– you got me to commence research and engaging with some like-minded people in Canada and IL. Don’t sell your efforts short in this matter.

  4. Brian Goldfarb says:

    Thank you for this, but please stop posting items that add to the list of books I have to read: life’s far too short!

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