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Office for Israeli Constitutional Law (Reg. Amuta: 58-035-937-0)
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U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 1938.
"The Knesset affirms that the territories of Judea and Samaria are not occupied territories, either historically or from the standpoint of international law, and not according to the diplomatic accords signed by Israel . . ."
Knesset Resolution passed on July 15, 2003. Submitted by Likud Knesset Member Gideon Sa'ar.
"Each treaty stipulates something respecting the citizens of the two nations, and gives them rights. Whenever a right grows out of, or is protected by, a treaty, it is sanctioned against all the laws and judicial decisions of the states; and whoever may have this right, it is to be protected."
Chief Justice of the U.S.Supreme Court
Feb. 4, 1801-July 6, 1835
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"I was at Versailles (the Paris Peace Conference, 1919), and I know that the British made no secret of the fact
What is the Office for Israeli Constitutional Law?
The mission of the Office for Israeli constitutional Law is to educate the World, and if necessary to compel the World body to stand by International Law and Treaties regarding the legal borders of the Jewish National Home.
OFICL hopes that the Israeli, U.S., and European administrations will review our documentation, the relevant case law, and promptly withdraw the "Road Map" and any related facilitation, as required by international law.
However, we have gathered the evidence necessary to file a case in the United States against the U.S. government's continued violations of the Treaties that recognize Israel's rights to its internationally recognized legal borders, the prohibition against ceding any land belonging to the Jewish National Home, and supporting the right of Jewish settlement within those internationally recognized borders.
The legal borders in question comprise all Israel, including all of Judea, and Samaria (the territory erroneously referred to in the English media as the West Bank), the Gaza Strip, the entire city of Jerusalem, and more….
These borders were recognized by the United States in a 1924 treaty with Great Britain. The Jewish National rights recognized by the British and the Americans under the 1924 Anglo-American treaty are still guaranteed by the treaty. Furthermore, the U.S. Constitution calls a treaty the "Supreme Law of the Land" and the courts have the power to force the Federal Executive Branch (President, Secretary of State, etc.) to honor its Treaties.
The courts have exercised this power in the past, and OFICLmay well seek a court ruling to compel the US government to recognize the Jewish People's rights to all the territory expressed within the Balfour, San Remo, and Mandate documents.
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OFICL Has Completed transcribing the April 24-25, 1920 San Remo Conference Minutes Regarding Palestine
This valuable resource is available for public use. Feel free to copy, download, and publish this document. Click here to view the text.
Attorney/Author Howard Grief Responds Regarding the Levy Report on the Legal Status of Building in Judea and Samaria
To understand Israel's legal foundation, borders and rights to the entire land of Palestine, one must journey back to the critical period from 1915 to 1925 when the modern Middle East was shaped. There is only one departure point and whoever thinks it began in 1948 or 1967 is woefully ignorant of the situation or badly misinformed. More Information
". . . A second important conclusion of the Levy Report is that Judea and Samaria cannot be classified as occupied territory under international law...." Click here to view the letter
British Foreign & Commonwealth Response to OFICL demand to halt Jewish Rights Violations
Simon Goldsmith from the Near East Group Foreign and Commonwealth Office responds to Michael T. Snidecor's letter deatailing British violations of international law in dealing with Israel. View letter
Attorney Howard Grief's Lecture at the Menahem Begin Heritage Center, Jerusalem
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they promised Palestine to the Jews. Why are they now reneging on their Promise?"
Does your historical claim to the land
supercede the rights of those