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A picture is worth a thousand words. From my helicopter flight today, which side is Israeli and which side is Palestinian?
A picture is worth a thousand words. From my helicopter flight today, which side is Israeli and which side is Palestinian?

 

From David’s article on NRO:

“1967 borders.”

I thought about that phrase as I hovered, just a few hundred feet above the ground, in a small helicopter piloted by an IDF general. I’m in Israel with my colleagues from the American Center for Law and Justice, fighting against the international community’s abuse and misuse of international law to deprive Israel of its inherent right of self-defense, and today was my geographic orientation.

From that aerial perch — no higher than a decent-sized skyscraper — I could see on one side of the aircraft the western edge of the West Bank. On the other side of the aircraft was the Mediterranean Sea. The distance was roughly nine miles.

Read it all here.

 


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