Is there a controversy about the morality of the occupation and its implications?

Even conquerors who excelled in oppression, well beyond what Moshe Dayan is capable of doing, sat on thorns and scorpions in most conquered places until they were eradicated. Not to mention the total moral destruction prolonged occupation inflicts to the occupier. Even inevitable occupation is a corrupting occupation..
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