I'm a so called settler ( horse thief )occupying land belonging to the Palestinians. illegal by international law and norms. will you as claimed , " the only democracy in the middle east " be able to underwrite our insurance.? accept all risk ? (would this be socialism ? ) or is it illegal for these companies to do business ?
will our insurance underwriters be sued via international courts for doing business in the territories ? is israel govt able to insure our potential losses? if the insulting term in our policies ; " act of god " is 'presumptive of gods will' how can this be in compliance and understanding of Arab sentiment. ?
in other words. no self respecting insurance company can do business w/ companies that insult their own clients Christian or Muslim . the cost of insuring busnesses / homes/ liability in the territories is going to be morally wrong and cost prohibitive.
[ have international courts ruled on insurance companies underwriting for israelian citizens illegally occupying Palestinian land ? ] clarification please .
what are we going to do ? the liability coverage alone based on damages caused to Palestinian property is cost prohibitive. how is this calculated to allow coverage ? is it all at the point of a gun.
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