According to Asad AbuKhalil , the overwhelming legal consensus that Israel is a state might be wrong (  International law, he says, is not “a holy text that has one meaning and one interpretation only,” “international law is fluid,” and “international law can be contested and should be.”   But, then, AbuKhalil must also be of the opinion that Israeli settlements might be legal; the West Bank and Gaza might be “disputed” not “occupied” territory; Israel might have the right to annex them; Palestinians might not have a right of self-determination; and Palestinians might not have a right of return.  AbuKhalil fashions himself a radical defender of Palestinian rights; but he ends making the case of Israel’s radical apologists.
Les extremes se touchent.