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OK, lets try to address this.

First, are these legal land owners or land holders, akin to squatters?
Do they have legal deeds with surveyed plots designating them as rightful owners?

If so, Israel should compensate them for the full value of the land it appropriated, give them access to the land via gates through the fence or hold on to it on their behalf until the fence issue is resolved( in the mean time, paying them compensation equivalent to a "renter's fee".)

If they do not have legal tenders, too bad. I still don't understand why every bonehead deems the 1949 armistice lines as the defacto border.

If you play on a field adjacent to your home, plant a little herb garden and use it for years, it doesn't give you any legal rights once the city decides to use the area for development. Does it not? you're the lawyer, you should know.


P.S. your post here is nothing but troll bate. Next time, post it on the PA or CE.
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