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Tag Archives: international law
The destruction of Amona was the price that the Israeli settlement enterprise agreed to pay in order to legalise and regulate the status of all the other settlements and outposts. The deal was a kind of plea bargain for want … Continue reading
I had the privilege of attending the NGO Monitor Conference on the Future of the ICC which took place at Bar Ilan University on Monday. (Update: I have inserted the improved-quality video of the debate below). It was a fascinating … Continue reading
Since I wrote about the possible evacuation of Amona a couple of weeks ago, the “Arrangements Law” or Regulation Bill or Settlements Bill (take your pick), intended to regulate once and for all the legal status of the settlements and … Continue reading
One of the favourite weapons of Israel’s opponents (when they aren’t using rockets, missiles and bombs) is to accuse it in the court of public opinion of using “disproportionate force” in its response to the attacks on it. Besides the … Continue reading
The legal status for Israel’s possession of and settling in Judea and Samaria has been discussed here several times. Here are just a few posts that discuss this issue. The question has come to the fore in the press again … Continue reading
Pushback has already begun against the EU’s (mis)directive calling for an effective boycott on Jewish (not Palestinian) towns in Judea, Samaria and certain parts of Jerusalem . PM Binyamin Netanyahu announced that “we won’t accept foreign dictates over our borders”: … Continue reading