Israel’s water company recognizes no Green Line, no occupation

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No green lineEarlier today we did a post on the Israeli prime minister’s situation room having a radar map that doesn’t show the Green Line demarcating the occupied territories. Well there’s no occupation in this official map at the Israeli national water company either! Yossi Yaacoby is an executive at the national water company, whose name is on the map.

The photo above was tweeted last summer by Boston Globe reporter Erin Ailworth (whose coverage we critiqued, and so did she).


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Why would any arm of the bot state recognize the Green Line? The entire Jewish sector of Israeli society has devoted the best of its energy over the last 46 years to erase the border. History has ended and Israel will reign forever.

But feedback is a bitch.

>Israel’s water company recognizes no Green Line, no occupation
Odd, that, considering that it has no trouble excluding Palestinian villages in ‘Samaria’ and ‘Judea’ from getting water.

Israel’s water company recognizes no Green Line, no occupation

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