Israel considers legalising occupation of Palestine
Thursday, 26 July 2012
Produced by Matteo Gagliardi & Marty McCarthy
A controversial new report commissioned by the Israeli Government has made the unprecedented finding that there is no Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands.
The Levy report goes further to say the construction of settlements in the West Bank that have been going on since 1967 have and always will be legal. But many international observers are worried that the report may spell the end of a peace plan between Israel and Palestine. photo courtest of
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Anthony Lowenstein, independent writer and author of My Israel Question
Izzat Abdulhadi, Head of the General Delegation of Palestine to Australia
Vic Alhadeff, CEO of the New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies
Photo courtesy of the Palestine Chronicle
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