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oppose the petition created by “Hisa A”on Japan’s proposal to take Japan’s claim over Dokdo (or Takeshima) to the ICJ.

Ki L.
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San Francisco, CA
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Hello guys,

This is Ki Lim, a member of this meetup.

Following is a petition to oppose a petition created by “Hisa A” on Japan’s propostal to take Japan’s claim over Dokdo to the ICJ (International Court of Justice).

Korea's territorial rights over Dokdo are indisputable, historically and geographically, and are not subject to a territorial dispute with Japan.This dispute over Dokdo is a historical problem that arose from Japan's expansionist invasion of Korea.This dispute may not be settled in or out of court unless Japan accepts the responsibility of the historical fact. The Republic of Korea has continuously administered Dokdo since 1948.

Japan has tried to claim Dokdo as their territory and wants to take Korea to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The petition by “hisa a” refers to “Rusk Documents” which were confidential during the 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty negotiations and are anecdotal now and have no legality that can support Japan’s territorial ownership of Dokdo.

Whether you are Korean or not, I hope you take some time to read/learn about it and take the time to sign the petition if you believe Dokdo rightfully belongs to Korea. You may learn a thing or two..

Website of Petition:

https://petitions.whi...­

Deadline is Jan. 10th, 2013

Thank you very much for your time!

Ki Lim
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