Do Israeli settlements actually violate international law?

Professor Kontorovich skillfully explains that international law is clearly on Israel’s side when it comes to the issue of the settlements.

This goes back to the Mandate of the League of Nations – back to the end of World War I.

Jordan kicked the Jews out following the War of Independence that ended in 1949.

The Jewish towns that dot the areas of Israel that are labeled settlements are basically resettling areas that were once illegally occupied by Jordan between 1949-1967.

Anyone claiming that Jews do not have a right to live anywhere in the Land of Israel is basically supporting the idea of a Jew-free area of the world.

Yes – that means that if you are against allowing Jews to live anywhere in Israel, you are supporting the Arab idea to drive the Jews into the sea.

Published: March 12, 2017
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