US ready to recognize Israeli sovereignty over occupied territories


The Washington administration is ready to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and the areas of Jewish settlements on the West Bank. This is possible under certain conditions.


This statement was made by the United States Ambassador to the State of Israel, David Friedman, during an interview for the Israel Ha-Yom newspaper on the second anniversary of Friedman’s tenure.

The ambassador said that there is an action plan that is supported by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. It includes the completion of the territory marking process, the freezing by Israel of the construction of settlements in areas to which sovereignty will not extend, and negotiations with the Palestinian Authority on the “Trump Plan,” which is also known as the “deal of the century”.

Friedman also added that the US recognition of Israeli sovereignty over these territories depends only on the Israeli leadership. It is it that must declare the extension of sovereignty to these lands, and Washington will immediately support this decision of Tel Aviv.

As for the freezing of the construction of Jewish settlements in the occupied lands, which will not come under the jurisdiction of Israel, then, according to the ambassador, we are not talking about a complete halt to construction work. It is impossible to increase the area of ​​settlements, but there is no prohibition to expand them “up”.
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  1. Vladimir_2U 6 May 2020 09: 38 New
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    And then the question of the Crimea arises in all its height.
    1. Malyuta 6 May 2020 09: 44 New
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      Quote: Vladimir_2U
      And then the question of the Crimea arises in all its height.

      How do you get this question?
      Israel annexed (seized) the territory, not even observing the minimum legitimacy of the process, and with Crimea everything is completely different.
      1. Vladimir_2U 6 May 2020 09: 46 New
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        Quote: Malyuta
        How do you get this question?
        I have?
        Quote: Malyuta
        Israel annexed territories
        This is a great reason to poke the United States into their non-recognition of Crimea as Russian land, don’t you?
        1. Malyuta 6 May 2020 09: 53 New
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          Quote: Vladimir_2U
          This is a great reason to poke the United States into their non-recognition of Crimea as Russian land, don’t you?

          Absolutely no connection, moreover, there are plenty of precedents for "poking" in the world.
          And what difference do the states of Crimea recognize or not?
          Crimea Russian de facto and there will definitely not be a return stroke!
          And if you bother about sanctions, they won’t be canceled, because the reasons for the sanctions are completely different, but this is a completely different story. hi
          1. Vladimir_2U 6 May 2020 11: 01 New
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            Quote: Malyuta
            Absolutely no connection
            Well, no so no.
            Quote: Malyuta
            And if you bother about sanctions
            Since there is no connection, then why bother. And yes, you remembered about sanctions, and I about
            Quote: Vladimir_2U
            great reason to poke usa
        2. Rostislav 6 May 2020 10: 18 New
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          And what does Russia care about recognizing Crimea as penguins? Also, I was "looking" found.
      2. Kronos 6 May 2020 10: 02 New
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        It's not about the law, but about the fact of joining
      3. Victor_B 6 May 2020 10: 42 New
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        Quote: Malyuta
        Quote: Vladimir_2U
        And then the question of the Crimea arises in all its height.

        How do you get this question?
        Israel annexed (seized) the territory, not even observing the minimum legitimacy of the process, and with Crimea everything is completely different.

        Well, and who in the West is interested in this?
        For the collection you can add Kosovo.
        But the Glansky heights and Kosovo are the right, suitable rejections, and the Crimea is the illegal annexation of Putin's thugs! At the same time, they held a referendum there (at gunpoint, of course). To the great chagrin of the world community, no one was killed.
        In general, they illegally and not democratically came and took away the Crimea.
        (For alternatively gifted ones, this is sarcasm cut in half with humor.)
      4. Vitaly gusin 6 May 2020 11: 08 New
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        Quote: Malyuta
        How do you get this question?
        Israel annexed (seized) territories, not even observing the minimum legitimacy of the process, but with Crimea everything is completely different

        And not once wrote about "captured" (until annexed)
        But I am ready to write again facts based on history.

        As everyone knows in 1948, the UN plan for the partition of Palestine envisaged the termination of the British Mandate in Palestine and the creation of two unnamed states on its territory: the Jewish and the Arab.
        On May 14, 1948, on the day the Mandate ended, the independence of the State of Israel was proclaimed, and on May 15, regular units of the armies of five LAS countries invaded Palestine with the goal of destroying the new Jewish state and creating a “single Arab state entity” in Palestine
        I hope you will not argue with this fact?
        As a result, the Wars of Independence and West Jerusalem were occupied by Jews and annexed to the State of Israel.
        Judea and Samaria were busy and unilaterally annexed by Transjordan (Jordan after their annexation in 1950, which gave them the name "West Bank" to distinguish it from the east bank - its territory before the war.

        Jordanian one-way annexation was condemned by many countries, including most members of the League of Arab States. USSR recognized the legality of annexation
        From the point of view of international law, the west bank of the Jordan River was under Jordanian occupation. ALL Jews were expelled from this territory and all synagogues were destroyed. And the rest of the residents received Jordanian citizenship and passports, which most still have today. The UN has not even considered this.
        In 1967, during the Six Day War, the area of ​​Judea and Samaria was occupied by Israel.
        The word JUDAH does not tell you anything?
        For centuries, a loser, always losing something.
        A few historical facts.
        In 1618, a truce was signed between the Russians and the Poles, according to which Russia lost Smolensk.
        1654 - 1667 - The Russian-Polish war. Russians and Cossacks won a victory over the Poles. The result of the war - Smolensk and all the lands lost in troubled times, Left-Bank Ukraine and Kiev went to Russia.
        1722 - 1723 - Russian-Persian war. He won the confrontation between Persia and Russia. . Thanks to this, the state received the Caspian lands with the cities of Derbent, Baku, and Rasht.
        Well, now it's your turn to write about the history of Crimea.
        And then, you can compare.
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        2. MMX
          MMX 6 May 2020 15: 26 New
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          Quote: Vitaly Gusin
          Quote: Malyuta
          How do you get this question?
          Israel annexed (seized) territories, not even observing the minimum legitimacy of the process, but with Crimea everything is completely different

          And not once wrote about "captured" (until annexed)
          But I am ready to write again facts based on history.



          To write such a sheet and all for nothing. It is necessary to try ...
          And you just had to write that the borders and territories of states after the establishment of the UN are established on the basis of international law, including international treaties.
          The creation of Jewish and Arab states is a rejection of the colonial system. Since BI refused the mandate for Palestine, the decision to create it was made at the UN in accordance with the plan, which provided for the division of the territory approved by this plan. This plan exists to this day, which is extremely unsatisfying for both parties, each for its own reason, but these are their problems. That's all.
          As a result, the Wars of Independence and West Jerusalem were occupied by Jews and annexed to the State of Israel.


          For centuries, a loser, always losing something.


          There is one point: modern international law excludes the annexation of territories on the basis of military operations.
          Therefore, who was there and how he fought - this generally does not play any role from the point of view of international law.

          The word JUDAH does not tell you anything?

          Are there any names around the world? In the entire history of mankind, the owners of the winter house of this wagon and a small trolley laughing
      5. Zeev Zeev 6 May 2020 12: 02 New
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        Israel seized whose territory?
        1. Krasnodar 6 May 2020 13: 15 New
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          Quote: Zeev Zeev
          Israel seized whose territory?

          Jewish invaders occupied Judea. What is not clear???
          1. Vitaly gusin 6 May 2020 15: 20 New
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            Quote: Krasnodar
            Jewish invaders occupied Judea. What is not clear???

            Wow, am what AGGRESSERS!
        2. cat Rusich 6 May 2020 23: 23 New
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          Recall Jericho, Gazareth ... of the land of Canaan. The land of the people of the Philistines (for example, the city of Gaza ...).
          1. Zeev Zeev 6 May 2020 23: 35 New
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            The people of the Philistines are aliens from the islands of the Aegean, their name means "those who invaded, invaders." And if we are talking about history, then I recall that those years (more than three thousand years ago) in Russia still mammoths were found.
            1. cat Rusich 6 May 2020 23: 51 New
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              The Philistines "came" to the Promised Land (city of Gaza) before the Jews. You will not deny the genocide of the inhabitants of Jericho? You mean a woolly mammoth with about. Wrangel? disappeared only during the reign of Pharaoh Tutankhamun (circa 1355-1337 BC)
              1. Zeev Zeev 7 May 2020 07: 22 New
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                I repeat, the name Philistines means "interventionists." And it means in Hebrew. Secondly, I will not play games now, who did the genocide more and when, well? And yes, I meant the mammoth of Father Wrangel
      6. Iris 7 May 2020 11: 20 New
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        "Minimum legitimacy" is an oxymoron, such a "slightly pregnant." The process is either legitimate or not. And if he is legitimate "minimally", then this means that all his legitimacy is one appearance. It is much more honest to conquer the territory and secure for itself according to the results of the war, than to create a "minimum legitimacy" by holding, for example, a referendum on foreign territory.
    2. Jack O'Neill 6 May 2020 09: 47 New
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      And then the question of the Crimea arises in all its height.

      Israel is an ally, but who are we? So the question of Crimea will not arise.
      If we start the Mahach with China, then maybe the question will arise about the Crimea, and so ... why should they?))
      1. Vladimir_2U 6 May 2020 09: 52 New
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        Quote: Jack O'Neill
        Israel is an ally, and we who
        Are there three countries in the world? Unrecognized dofigischa, and here is a precedent.
    3. Amateur 6 May 2020 09: 57 New
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      And where did you see so many Jews in Crimea that it would be worth listening to their voice in a referendum.
      Polina Semyonovna Zhemchuzhina (Pearl Solomonovna Karpovskaya) tried to persuade her husband to make Israel in Crimea, but Stalin, having learned about this, planted her.
      Now, if Polina Semyonovna succeeded in the idea, then the opinion of Crimeans in the USA was listened to.
      1. Aaron Zawi 6 May 2020 10: 01 New
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        Quote: Amateur
        And where did you see so many Jews in Crimea that it would be worth listening to their voice in a referendum.
        Polina Semyonovna Zhemchuzhina (Pearl Solomonovna Karpovskaya) tried to persuade her husband to make Israel in Crimea, but Stalin, having learned about this, planted her.
        Now, if Polina Semyonovna succeeded in the idea, then the opinion of Crimeans in the USA was listened to.

        This is of course nonsense about the Crimea. But thanks to Comrade Stalin.
        1. Dym71 6 May 2020 10: 16 New
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          But thanks to Comrade Stalin.

          wassat
          - Zyama, tell me, please, but did you like other women before me?
          - Well, what are you, Tsilechka! So, I respected a little ...
        2. Amateur 6 May 2020 10: 18 New
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          This is of course nonsense about the Crimea. But thanks to Comrade Stalin.

          But didn’t you know?
          https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Еврейская_автономия_в_Крыму
        3. Zeev Zeev 6 May 2020 12: 14 New
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          For which thanks to Stalin? For the ban on studying Hebrew, for the ban on Zionist organizations, for closing down synagogues and arresting rabbis, for handing hundreds of Jewish Communists into the hands of the Gestapo, for killing Mikhoels and the work of doctors, for destroying members of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, for hunting members of the "Briha" and Jewish soldiers of the Red Army who wrote letters asking them to send them as volunteers to war with the Arab armies? For which thanks to Stalin?
          1. Charik 6 May 2020 12: 25 New
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            say Putin thank you
            1. Zeev Zeev 6 May 2020 14: 04 New
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              I have nothing to do with the Chabad movement, so I’m not interested in the photo of Berl Lazar
              1. Charik 6 May 2020 20: 48 New
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                so I say, thank pu, with it all this is possible
                1. Zeev Zeev 6 May 2020 21: 19 New
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                  You know, under Mitterrand it was also possible, and under Havel, and under Waldheim, and under Reagan, even under Jaruzelsky it is possible. But under Hitler it was impossible.
      2. Vitaly gusin 6 May 2020 12: 38 New
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        Polina Semyonovna Zhemchuzhina (Pearl Solomonovna Karpovskaya) tried to persuade her husband to make Israel in Crimea,

        Well, I really want to read about it, HELP PLEASE.
    4. tihonmarine 6 May 2020 11: 27 New
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      And then the question of the Crimea arises in all its height.

      And about Donbas as well.
    5. private person 6 May 2020 11: 47 New
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      And then the question of the Crimea arises in all its height

      So Crimea was originally the territory of the Russian Empire and, by the stupid will of Khrushchev, became part of the Ukrainian SSR. And now there is no Ukrainian SSR but Russia is and it’s all logical that Crimea is again Russian.
      1. Vitaly gusin 6 May 2020 15: 45 New
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        So Crimea was originally the territory of the Russian Empire

        The word "originally", as it does not quite fit with history or well, it’s in a swamp.
        1 The first inhabitants of Crimea were Cimmerians, in the XNUMXth century BC. e.
        2 Scythian state in the III century
        3 Turkish since 1222, and then the Tatar-Mongols invade
        And many, many more
        But only
        В 1783 year, Catherine II issued a manifesto on the adoption of the Crimea, the composition of the Russian Empire.
        But in Judea from the first mention, the Jews lived and they like ALWAYS SKY!
        1. Operator 6 May 2020 16: 25 New
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          Quote: Vitaly Gusin
          in Judea from the first mention, the Jews lived and to them as ALWAYS HER

          And in Canaan (the first name of Palestine given in the Torah) lived Canaanites (thoroughbred Arabs) - before the migration of Jews from Egypt (Métis of the Semites and Hamites), of course.

          PS Prior to the Cimmerians, Scythians, Tauri, Goths, Khazars, Tatars and other riffraffs, autochthonous Black Sea Arians lived in Crimea - blood relatives of the East European Aryans (ancestors of the Slavs). Russia in the 18th century regained its Crimea.
          1. qobnvmog 6 May 2020 18: 27 New
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            Quote: Operator
            In the Crimea, autochthonous Black Sea arias lived

            Yeah. They also dug the sea.
          2. Vitaly gusin 6 May 2020 18: 44 New
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            Quote: Operator
            And in Canaan (the first name of Palestine, given in the Torah) lived Canaanites (thoroughbred Arabs)

            This you can tell on a circle of anti-Semites.
            And in the Tanakh, the inhabitants of Canaan were called Canaanites, but they were an ethnic conglomeration of nationalities (mainly Western Semites, including Phoenicians), repeatedly mentioned separately (see, in particular, Amorites). They settled there no later than the XNUMXth millennium BC. Neighboring, interacted and fought with Jewish people from the time of Abraham to the early Middle Ages, when they completely disappeared among other nations. Repeatedly mentioned in the Tanakh. Some scientists believe that part of them at different stages of history Jewish people.
            At that time, Arabs did not smell in these parts; they lived on the territory of modern Syria, Iraq and in the north of the Arabian Peninsula. AND IN THESE REGIONS AND NOSE WERE NOT POOLED.
            Quote: Operator
            Black Sea arias - blood relatives of the East European Aryans (ancestors of the Slavs).

            This theory existed in one imagined "master of the world"
            Please give a link, it is very interesting to read.
            1. Operator 6 May 2020 19: 09 New
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              Arabs are purebred Semites - carriers of the dominant haplogroup J1. The Western Semites are part of the Arabs. If this makes it easier for you, then the Arabs, starting from the 8th millennium BC, began to oust the Hamites from Canaan / Palestine to Africa and by the 4th millennium BC completely occupied this territory.

              And the founder of the nomadic Habiru tribe (future Jews) Abraham (Arab by birth) was born at the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC, i.e. 2000 years after the resettlement of the Arabs in Canaan. Only after 700 years of nomadic life and mixing with Asia Minors (J2), Hamites (E1) and other Middle Eastern ethnic groups, the Jews, under the ideological leadership of the prophet Moses, began to conquer Canaan from its sedentary Arabs.

              As you can see, of the two of us, the anti-Semite (the enemy of the Arabs - purebred Semites) is you - a representative of the mestizo nation laughing

              And be careful with the Aryans - carriers of the haplogroup R1a (not to be confused with the "Aryans"): Moses came from the tribe of Levi, for the most part consisting of descendants of the Black Sea Aryans who reached the Middle East.

              Source: web portal Reformat.ru
              1. Vitaly gusin 6 May 2020 19: 34 New
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                Quote: Operator
                Source: web portal Reformat.ru

                Thank you very much.
                He got acquainted, even a little deeper.
                Anatoly Alekseevich Klyosov
                He gained fame as the author of "DNA Genealogy", which he advocated as a new science that studies the migration of populations and the genetic history of mankind. Due to the incorrectness of the theoretical foundations of DNA genealogy, its methods and conclusions, specialists this concept is recognized as pseudoscientific. In particular, historians, anthropologists, ethnologists, linguists and specialists in the field of population genetics opposed DNA genealogy.
                Klyosov is the chief editor of Advances in Anthropology, mostly printing marginal figures and little-known scientists from those who adapt to Klesov
                All this is extremely interesting, but does not replace historical facts.
                1. Operator 6 May 2020 19: 55 New
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                  The American journal Advances in Anthropology is a leading specialized scientific publication.

                  Anatoly Klesov is a laureate of the Israeli Prize in the field of genealogy of Jews as an ethnic group. Based on the analysis of the haplotype of the Jews and the speed of mutations, he established the lifetime of the ancestor along the line J1 - the alleged Abraham, as well as the haplotypes of individual tribes of Israel.
                  1. Vitaly gusin 6 May 2020 21: 22 New
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                    Quote: Operator
                    The American journal Advances in Anthropology is a leading specialized scientific publication.

                    Yes, this person is really interesting
                    He broke all brains into pieces,
                    Straight all the meanders
                    He knows how to make money from literally everything.
                    He devoted most of his career to developing ways to use enzymes to turn agricultural waste into useful products — first to convert cotton waste into glucose in the USSR, and then to the United States, turning paper mill waste into useful products.
                    He later helped found the company, and then joined it as a CSO, which was founded to use enzymes to modify existing anticancer drugs
                    Yes, he received many Lenin Komsomol prizes in 1978
                    USSR State Prize in 1984.
                    But I did not find information about this award in either Russian, Hebrew, or English.
                    I do not want to take the place of a list of leading world-famous scientists who, to put it mildly, call him an honest man.
                    Thank you for the interesting information.
                2. muham 6 May 2020 20: 22 New
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                  Quote: Vitaly Gusin
                  All this is extremely interesting, but does not replace historical facts.
                  Well, but according to historical facts, the legal roots of the restoration of state. Israel is rooted in the Sykes Agreement - Pico. And Russia agreed.
          3. Zeev Zeev 6 May 2020 21: 24 New
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            The Canaanites are subfamilies of the Semitic languages ​​spoken by the peoples of ancient Canaan - Jews, Phoenicians, Amorites, Moabites, Edomites, and Carthaginians.
            1. Operator 6 May 2020 21: 35 New
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              Jews are certainly Semites in terms of their language, especially since Abraham and his descendants (making up 30% of the number of modern Jews) are consanguineous Arabs - carriers of the southern Semitic J1.

              But only as much as African Americans are Anglo-Saxons laughing
              1. Zeev Zeev 6 May 2020 21: 59 New
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                But the Jews are not the southern Semites, but the Western. In Israel, local clans, known for more than two hundred years, make up about 5 percent of the Arab population. All the rest or aliens from Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, the Maghreb or Islamized Jews (Abulafiya, Jaber), Samaritans, and others. And if genetics is so interesting, then 95% of Jews are of Middle Eastern origin. By the way, this is precisely why the Arabs often take me, an Ashkenazi Jew from Belarus, as their own, but an unfamiliar Arab will always turn to Hebrew or English for members of the Daglas family from the village of Burka near Schema.
                1. Operator 6 May 2020 23: 39 New
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                  The adjective "South Semitic" is nomenclature for haplogroup J1 (regardless of the place of residence of its carriers).

                  Purebred carriers of J1 are exclusively Arabs living on the Arabian Peninsula, in Jordan and Palestine, as well as 50% of Syrians, 30% of Jews, 25% of Iraqis, Egyptians, etc.

                  The Ashkenazi Jewish haplotype consists of 30% of South Semitic J1, 25% of North Semitic J2, 10% of Erbin R1b and 8% of Aryan R1a.
                  1. Zeev Zeev 7 May 2020 07: 01 New
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                    In the human genome there is not one haplogroup, but several, and their sum is a sign of ethnic origin. The exception is only tribes that do not have contact with the outside world.
                    1. Operator 7 May 2020 11: 42 New
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                      A particular person is a carrier of only one haplogroup of the Y chromosome, transmitted strictly along the male line.

                      A population of people (tribe, people) consists of carriers of different haplogroups. If the population has 50% or more carriers of a particular haplogroup, it is called dominant (examples are Chinese, Irish, Basques, Mongols, Arabs of the Arabian Peninsula, Poles, Russians, etc.). In the absence of a haplogroup of representatives of the population in the population at a similar level of carriers, they are called mestizos (examples are Greeks, Jews, Tatars, Japanese, etc.)
                      1. Zeev Zeev 7 May 2020 13: 07 New
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                        That is, the Chinese in Harbin and Shanghai are the same Chinese?
                      2. Operator 7 May 2020 13: 12 New
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                        90% of ethnic Chinese (not Uyghur, Mongol, Manchu, or Tibetans) are carriers of Haplogroup O1.

                        Therefore, the average static Chinese in Harbin and Shanghai are 90% likely to belong to O1 carriers.
                      3. Zeev Zeev 7 May 2020 13: 54 New
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                        The table they are so different on the face and do not understand each other? My friend at a construction site has two Chinese brigades working. I did not check genetics for them, but it seems that they are two different peoples, one from near Harbin, the other from the south of the PRC (not Shanghai, like Guangdong). This is one haplogroup!
                      4. Operator 7 May 2020 15: 07 New
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                        China initially consisted of many provinces, where they spoke different dialects of the Chinese language, differing more than, for example, Russian and Polish.

                        Therefore, the Chinese were forced to use ideogram rather than phonetic writing.
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                        There are not even dialects, there are different languages.
                      6. Operator 7 May 2020 16: 26 New
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                        You could say that, once having chosen ideogram writing, the Chinese “froze” their language integration.
  • cat Rusich 6 May 2020 23: 38 New
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    At first there was Canaan (Promised Land) - then the Jews came around 1550 BC. Remember the flight of the Jews from Egypt.
    1. Zeev Zeev 7 May 2020 07: 17 New
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      Canaan is a land Promised only for Jews.
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        Canaanites: Amorites, Periszians, Hivveas, Girgashs, Eusebes (founders of Jerusalem) - descendants of Ham (one of the sons of Noah), the cities of Jericho, Bethel, Ay ... The promised land was settled before the arrival of the Jews ...
  • Pvi1206 6 May 2020 09: 41 New
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    Israel has been manipulating the United States for a long time ... it is Israel that is the beneficiary of the Middle East buoy that the United States created ...
    1. borberd 6 May 2020 12: 59 New
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      Quite a bold statement, given that the BV world was not long before the creation of the United States.
  • Ryaruav 6 May 2020 09: 42 New
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    yes who would doubt the Jewish lobby in the usa will push
  • knn54 6 May 2020 09: 45 New
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    The UN opinion does not give a damn, however.
    1. borberd 6 May 2020 13: 05 New
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      Quote: knn54
      The UN opinion does not give a damn, however.

      Like you, actually. Do you always look at the opinion of the UN, or only when it is beneficial for you? You can, after all, also express the opinion of the General Assembly under number 68/262.
  • Alexga 6 May 2020 09: 45 New
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    It may be so, but a new Saladdin may be born, and everything will change.
    1. Vitaly gusin 6 May 2020 12: 57 New
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      Quote: AlexGa
      but a new Saladdin may be born, and everything will change.

      And who is stronger than Meshiah (Messiah) or Al-Malik al-Nasir Salah ad-Duniya wa-d-Din Abul-Muzaffar Yusuf ibn Ayyub (Saladin)? The length of the names does not need to be compared.
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  • prior 6 May 2020 09: 58 New
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    Here is a real role model.
    Russians have long had to behave like Jews in international affairs.
    And let the whole world wait...
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      Quote: prior
      Russians have long had to behave like Jews in international affairs.

      They are afraid of personal sanctions, otherwise it would be so.
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        Quote: Svarog
        They are afraid of personal sanctions, otherwise it would be so.

        Rather yes than no.
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    There will never be peace and tranquility in BV, as long as there are interests of Naglosak’s democratic terrorism.
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    Depends only on the Israeli leadership. It is it that must declare the extension of sovereignty to these lands, and Washington will immediately support this decision of Tel Aviv.
    Just? Side of the UN resolution, the views of other independent states, as there are two pillars in the world on which he (the world) relies - the United States and Israel. The points are placed, the masks are reset. True, they didn’t really hide it, for a long time they did not give a damn about everyone.
  • regdan 6 May 2020 10: 18 New
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    A man said a man did, this is not a snot to chew.
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  • sleeve 6 May 2020 11: 37 New
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    "Abdula! Set fire!"
  • Karaul73 6 May 2020 12: 11 New
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    Quote: Malyuta
    Quote: Vladimir_2U
    And then the question of the Crimea arises in all its height.

    How do you get this question?
    Israel annexed (seized) the territory, not even observing the minimum legitimacy of the process, and with Crimea everything is completely different.

    What legitimacy you are talking about! For a long time, after the fall of the socialist bloc, the law of the strongest is present in the world. Previously, at least the USSR-US parity was.
  • iouris 6 May 2020 12: 22 New
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    In return, Israel recognizes US sovereignty on the moon.
  • Aaron Zawi 6 May 2020 13: 00 New
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    For which thanks to Stalin?

    For what he did not do Jewish autonomy in the Crimea.
    1. iouris 6 May 2020 22: 26 New
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      Of course, he acted wisely, creating Jewish autonomy on the border with China: he saw through the years! Or maybe Mao-Dzedong, too ... a countrywoman? There is even a joke about this.
  • orionvitt 6 May 2020 15: 10 New
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    What is not clear. Everything that is done with the approval of the United States, by definition, is "legal, humane and democratic." Everything that others do is initially "vile, not democratic and anti-human."
  • Iris 6 May 2020 16: 48 New
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    This "news" can soon be sheared like a sheep - and without Friedman almost all the top US officials said the same thing more than a year ago.

    And, by the way, about the parallel between the Golan and the Crimea. Israel did not support the UN resolution on Crimea and never challenged Russian sovereignty over the peninsula. Given this, Israel’s non-alignment with Western sanctions, and the important assistance provided by our Air Force at the initial stage of operations in Syria, it would be logical and correct for us to recognize de jure a long-standing fact. But we are connected with Syria by an agreement .. Therefore, we can only abstain - Israel did not vote in the Crimea, we do not vote in the Golan Heights. It doesn’t cost us anything - all resolutions will still be negative, and they are in Syria anyway, like a dead poultice - and parity in relations has been restored. But no, no "abstained", only "against." To paraphrase a famous politician, "this is more than illogical - this is a mistake."
  • Razvedka_Boem 6 May 2020 18: 04 New
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    Who is stronger, he writes the rules.
  • high 7 May 2020 05: 35 New
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    Quote: Malyuta
    Quote: Vladimir_2U
    And then the question of the Crimea arises in all its height.

    How do you get this question?
    Israel annexed (seized) the territory, not even observing the minimum legitimacy of the process, and with Crimea everything is completely different.

    The difference between the seizure of Crimea and the Jordan Valley is that Israel seized these territories in the war ....