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Nine Myths about Israel

Out of Nine Myths, the No. 2 Myth is profound

It is very important for the entire world to know and understand how certain Public Entities such as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) with sanctioned Authority & Trust have influenced and deceived millions especially when it comes to God’s chosen people and the nation of Israel. No one, God fearing, government or any public organization and or their officials have the right to operate secretly behind the scenes (corruption) and use their influence and power for their own political interests.

Myth No. 2.
Judea and Samaria (the “West Bank” of the Jordan River) belongs to the “Palestinians.”

By Moshe Dann

By history and law (San Remo agreements, League of Nations’ decisions, British Mandate and the UN charter, Article 80) “Palestine” – as it was then called – is the Jewish national home and belongs to the Jewish people.
Arabs and the PLO also claim this territory but in the Oslo Agreements (1993) they agreed to accept part of the area in return for ending the conflict, recognizing Israel, and peace.
That was supposed to be the deal. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) changed international law by interpreting the Fourth Geneva Convention (GC IV) as applicable to the territories which Israel acquired as a result of the 1967 Six Day War.
Arbitrarily and unilaterally, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) declared Israel’s presence in these areas as “occupation in violation of GC IV” and has promoted this canard (a false or unfounded report or story), especially via the UN.

During the late 1990s, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) added a further onus, declaring Judea and Samaria to be “occupied Palestinian territory,” thus designating presumptive ownership. Because the ICRC is the official “guardian” of GC IV, its decisions are considered authoritative. (Really?)

The ICRC's protocols, however, are NOT Public, and therefore there is no way of knowing who made this decision, or on what basis.

The entire legal case against Israel rests on decisions made by the ICRC in secret, without transparency, and apparently, without evidence.

Want to read all nine (9) common Myths? click here!