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    • 12.09.09 | 03:25 (IDT)

    Michael, according to your reasoning a Jewish state can be established by moving the entire Jewish population in Israel to Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The arabs need not be made citizens of Israel. that theory is nonsense from the git go. They would be considered illegal immigrants. That's no different than they get in your democratic stste of lebanon, Jordan Egypt, Iraq, the emirates etc.... There is only one solution period. thats to make the arab League take them in as citizens of the arab League. Israel should not be negotiating with this worthless faction of the arab League. It should negotiate directly with and only with the arab League. the negotiation should be about resetlement of the Pal Arabs and for reparations by the Arabs to Israel for all the murder and killing of their own Jews and for wars with Israel. That is what Bibi should be discussing with the Quartet, and with Obama. Liberman understands that. we don't want any Arabs in Israel. They must go live in the Arab league.

    from the article: Abbas refusal to meet Netanyahu could scuttle tripartite talk plan
    First published 01:13 11.09.09 | Last updated 10:25 11.09.09
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