Is Israel an occupier, and what does the Quran say about the rights of the Israelites to the land?

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Long answer

Israel is not an occupier. The entire British Mandate was set up to allow the formation of a Jewish State in the province of Palestine. That also includes Gaza and the West Bank. Nevertheless, when the UN went back on the goal of the Mandate and carved out pieces of the province of Palestine to allow for another Arab state in the Middle East, the Jews agreed to this. Israel gained some control over Gaza and the West Bank only because it won a war started by the states that controlled those areas. You can’t occupy something that is yours. And still Israel is willing to give up those areas if only the Palestinian Arabs would agree to peace. But to the Palestinians, destroying Israel is more important.

An explanation on why Israel is not an occupier

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A Kuwaiti journalist explains why not only is Israel not an occupier, but actually the rightful owner of the land according to Islam

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The Quran says that the land was given to the Israelites, so they clearly can’t be occupiers

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Another explanation about how the Jews are not occupiers, but the Arabs are

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