"This house believes that the state of Israel has the right to exist" -- oxford union debate speech in favour of the
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|Abstract||What is it to have a moral right to get or to keep something? The answer comes from what is different -- having a legal right. To have a legal right to something is to have the support of the law of the land, positive law, good or bad, in getting or keeping the thing.|
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