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That is what it amounts to, the tearing up of UNSCR 242, a chapter six resolution that advises joint negotiations between parties to end the conflict, and draw up eventual borders with the Arabs after Israel agrees to withdraw from some areas of ancient Judea and Samaria in a mutual land swap arrangement.

NOTE: The Arabs reject any deal, and negotiations and a Jew free Israel, something of which the Jews (obviously and correctly) reject outright.

PA Ambassador: If Our UN Bid is Rejected, We’ll Go to ICC

PA’s UN ambassador: We will join the ICC if the Security Council refuses to set a deadline for Israel to withdraw from Judea and Samaria.

By Ben Ariel

First Publish: 10/3/2014, 6:15 AM
Riyad Mansour

Riyad Mansour

The Palestinian Authority’s (PA) UN ambassador, Riyad Mansour, threatened on Thursday that his government will join the International Criminal Court (ICC) if the UN Security Council refuses to set a deadline for Israel to withdraw from Judea and Samaria.

According to The Associated Press (AP), Mansour said the PA turned to the Security Council “to force Israel to negotiate in good faith the end of occupation within a time frame.”

He added that PA hopes the Security Council will adopt a draft resolution, the contents of which were exposed Wednesday, that would set a deadline of November 2016 for an Israeli pullout from Judea, Samaria, Gaza and eastern Jerusalem, with a goal of establishing an independent Palestinian state living side by side with Israel.

“But if this additional door of peace is closed before us, then we will not only join the ICC to seek accountability,” Mansour said in an interview with AP.

“We will join other treaties and agencies” to build evidence “that we exist as a nation, we exist as a state although the land of our state is under occupation,” he declared.

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