Monday, July 25, 2011

Japan Goes Nuclear

No, not more problems with its reactors.

With Israel and international law.

I caught this report:

The Government of Japan called upon Israel today not to implement the construction of housing units in the West Bank and said it does not recognize any Israeli act that prejudges the final status of the territories in the pre-1967 borders.

Here's the official version.

There were no "1967 borders".

They were lines where military operations, stemming from the Arabs' aggressive onslaught against the nascent state of Israel on the morrow of the UN Security Council recommendation for a resolution based on partition which they didn't accept then nor until, supposedly, 1993 when the PLO 'recognized' Israel.

They were temporary armistice lines. Not borders. And certainly not internationally recognized.

They are part of a myth. They really never existed.

Japan has some border disputes. The one with Russia over the Kuril Islands, for example. Another with Korea.

How are those doing?

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2 comments:

Juniper in the Desert said...

Tell the Japs to give back the Sakhalin Islands to rRssia!! They are under illegal Jap occupation!!

Anonymous said...

Why is Jerusalem airport shut? Why are there no embassies in West Jerusalem?
Because nobody recognises YESHA or the right of Jews to settle the West Bank. Nobody.