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"The Green Line, as these lines became known, was later recognized internationally as the borders of the State of Israel"

This is false. There are no treaties or agreements between nations that set the borders of the state of Israel, except between Jordan and Israel, and between Egypt and Israel. Neither of those borders is the Green Line.

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