Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Jewish Rights - A Document


Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu
Jerusalem, Israel

Dear Mr. Prime Minister,

The Provisional Executive Committee of the Jewish Authority in the Land of Israel wishes to bring once again to your attention the exclusive, irrevocable and inalienable rights of the Jewish People to the entire Land of Israel, recognized by the entire international community between 1917 and 1924 in the following documents of international law: (1) the San Remo Resolution of April 25, 1920; (2) the Mandate for Palestine confirmed unanimously by the Council of the League of Nations on July 22, 1922 and re-affirmed by the United States of America in (3) the Anglo-American Convention respecting the Mandate for Palestine, signed in December 1924. These rights were then recognized and protected by Article 80 of the United Nations Charter formulated and signed in 1945, thus acquiring the status of an international treaty valid to this very day.

The Provisional Executive Committee wishes, moreover, to stress that the State of Israel inherited from the Jewish Agency for Palestine the status of representative of the Jewish People to implement the rights thus acquired by the Jewish People; the State of Israel has no legal or moral right to give up those rights or any part of them to any political or ethnic grouping that is not the Jewish People. The policy of the Government of the State of Israel at the head of which you stand, the policy of "two states for two peoples" in the Land of Israel west of the Jordan River, thus lacks legality or moral status of any sort whatever.

The Provisional Executive Committee of the Jewish Authority in the Land of Israel calls on you, as Prime Minister of the State of Israel, to act in accordance with the principles set out in this letter and to inform the members of the "Quartet" of this decision of yours at the earliest opportunity. Furthermore, the Provisional Executive Committee expresses herewith its intention to exercise the internationally-recognized sovereignty of the Jewish People over any areas of the Land of Israel the Government of Israel may unwisely, illegally and immorally decide to abandon.

Very respectfully,

Professor Hillel Weiss
The Provisional Executive Committee, Vice-Chairman
The Jewish Authority in the Land of Israel



NormanF said...

Rights are not cancellable or revocable.

No Jewish leader or authority has the right to withdraw or retract any Jewish right under any circumstances. No one may bind future generations.

This is all the moreso true today and no Israeli negotiator has the right to withdraw any previous rights Jews have. Politics maybe about the art of the expediency but rights serve to temper that expedience with the accumulated wisdom of the ages, obtained through much suffering.

Israel must insist on maintaining without qualification or reservation, the right of every Jew alive today and those still waiting to be born in the future.

Anonymous said...

You settlers are nuts. Natural law says the land is Palestinian. The international community can undo the nonsense of San Remo just like they did it.
Anyway you won't pull off apartheid, you bigots.