|1. International Court of Justice - Ruling on Construction of wall [7/9/2004] #10908|
ICJ Rulling: Legal consequences of the construction of a wall in the occupied palestinian territory,
|2. The Negotiable Territories [9/4/2003] #10277|
The Negotiable Territories. A Reality Check of UN Resolution 242. Israel returnd or proposed to returne
98% of the territories it gained in the Six-Day War in 1967.
|Eli E. Hertz | Myths and Facts|
|3. DISPUTED TERRITORIES: Forgotten Facts About the West Bank and Gaza Strip [3/14/2009] Ref #11939|
In 1967, Israel fought a desperate war of self-defense and despite dire odds, won. As a result, the Jewish State not only survived, it also came into possession of additional lands, including territory that is of vital importance to its security.
|http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/MFAArchive/2000_2009/2003/2/DISPUTED%20TERRI TORIES-%20Forgotten%20Facts%20About%20the%20We ()|
|4. Annan's Careless Language [3/14/2009] Ref #11940|
A redefinition of the Middle East conflict occurred last
week when Secretary General Kofi Annan of the United
Nations called Israel's occupation of lands acquired in the
1967 Six Day War "illegal." A new and provocative label of
"illegality" is now out of the chute and running loose,
ready to wreak damage. The worst prospect is that
Palestinians will dig in with a new feeling of
righteousness and believe that the international community will force Israel to withdraw from its "illegal
|The New York Times|
|5. West Bank & Gaza Territories - Human development index [1/6/2007] Ref #11909|
Human development is about much more than the rise or fall of national incomes. It is about creating an environment in which people can develop their full potential and lead productive, creative lives in accord with their needs and interests.
|6. International Law and the Arab-Israeli Conflict [6/10/2006] Ref #11734|
Extracts from "Israel and Palestine - Assault on the Law of Nations" by Julius Stone, Second Edition, with additional material and commentary updated to 2003.
|Ian Lacey BA LL.B. |
|7. Israel's Requirement for Defensible Borders [4/16/2006] Ref #11596|
Israel's struggle for "defensible borders" is unique in international diplomacy. It emanates from both the special legal and strategic circumstances that Israel faced in the aftermath of the 1967 Six-Day War, when the Israel Defense Forces captured the West Bank and other territories in a war of self-defense.
|Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs |
|8. ISRAEL: Boundary Disputes with Arab Neighbours 1946-1964 [3/31/2006] Ref #11571|
ISRAEL: Boundary Disputes with Arab Neighbours 1946-1964
|ARCHIVE EDITIONS |
|9. Poll results on Palestinian Attitudes [2/28/2006] Ref #11725|
PSR - Survey Research Unit: Poll No. 18,” Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, Op. Cit.
56.2 percent supported them, compared to 49.7 percent in May 2005. See: February y 25, 2006, Jerusalem Media and Communications Center poll: “Poll results from Palestinian Attitudes towards the results of the PLC election held on January 25, 2006,” Jerusalem Media and Communications Center, Poll #57, February 2006.
|10. UN GA Resolution 38/58 [1/7/2005] Ref #11383|
UN GA Resolution 38/58