Palestine, Israel and International Law

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By Robert Fantina

On December 30 of 2014, the United Nations, in a very close vote, refused to set a time frame for the end of the Israeli occupation of Palestine. The United States, true to form, voted no, saying, incredibly, that the resolution didn’t adequately address Israel’s security needs, and that recognition could only happen through negotiations.

Both of these reasons are simply lies, presented to an unbelieving world so that Israel can maintain the status quo, which means its incremental genocide of Palestine.

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