You may recall Professor Eugene Kontorovich’s presentation, The Legal Case for Israel, in which he pointed out that the West Bank legally belonged to Israel and was illegally occupied by Jordan prior to 1967.

That puts a very different perspective on all the hyped-up claims that Israel’s control of the West Bank is “illegal” and that “settlements” are unlawful.

It’s also worth listening to this speech by Caroline Glick, which addresses the problem from a practical political and demographic viewpoint.