A: "In most European Countries it is not uncommon for children of Immigrants or from Commonwealth Countries not to have the citizenship of their birth country. " Tell me, Al, is that child then stateless?? I would suggest that the answer is "no" i.e. those EU countries do NOT follow practices that would result in them turning anyone into a "stateless person". Compare and contrast to a Palestinian child born in Jerusalem i.e. if Israel doesn't grant them citizenship then that person has no other state that they can seek citizenship from. You are ok with that, are you?
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