...according to the Geneva Convention, all the Jewish communities are legal, saying, “Article 49 of the Fourth Geneva Convention says that an occupying power cannot forcibly move citizens to occupied territory.
This was true during World War II when the Germans forcefully moved German citizens to occupied Polish territories.
In our case, Israel never occupied Judea and Samaria. Judea and Samaria is an area that has never belonged to another country.
Jordanian occupation was never recognized, just as the Egyptian occupation of Gaza was not recognized.
The fate of these areas should be determined by negotiations among the parties. The settlers never forcibly entered anywhere, nor were they moved there, so they are perfectly legal.”