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    • machado
    • 08.12.12 | 00:00 (IST)

    You make it sound so easy, " The arabs should forget about their villages and accept them as some of the many places that have come and gone throughout history" It strikes me that in the Zionist claim to lands supposedly held by their ancestors 4,000 years ago the European immigrants have been singularly unwilling to do what you expect of the Arabs, assuming that is, that the European Immigrant's claims are based in fact and not myth as so many Israeli scholars have posited.The Arabs will eventually have to swallow the change, forgetting is however, a different matter.

    from the article: The Arab villages that were: a new Israeli guidebook
    First published 10:30 07.12.12 | Last updated 10:30 07.12.12
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