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    • zionist forever
    • 08.03.10 | 10:01 (IST)

    The idea of a single binational state to replace Israel is never going to happen. Israel will remain a JEWISH state as it was meant to be A binational state would never work & would probably lead to civil war & there is to much hatred and differences. If the palestiians do one day get a state whichever government is in power left or right will make sure that the deal includes the transfer of hundreds of thousands of arabs living in Israel to the arab entity and now they no longer in Israel they will loose their citizenship further reducing the arab population Zionism will continue to thrive & Israel will remain a jewish state no matter what the arabs want. Its also a fact no future arab state can ever be viable, 22% at best of mandate Palestine, growing population, no natural recources, water shortage, for years to come Israel will control its airspace & coast and many other things. It will rely on Israel to survive but its citizens will not be Israelis so no rights or vote in Israel

    from the article: There has never been an Israeli peace camp
    First published 01:33 07.03.10 | Last updated 08:17 07.03.10
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