Post refers to West Bank as "disputed territory"
Karen DeYoung's "In face of Arab anger, Clinton amends view on Israel's offer to curb West Bank growth" in Tuesday's Post has this:
Clinton insisted that the administration still considers settlement activity on disputed territory "illegitimate" and advocates a freeze.It's too bad. The Post has managed to stick away from "disputed territory" since March. And in a related matter, they've even referred to settlements as "not legal internationally," and "legal under Israeli law but not internationally."
The notion that the West Bank is "disputed territory" doesn't convey the truth. Its status is clear: it is occupied by Israel. It's not part of Israel.