90 Tosefta,disagree re: the jewish refugees inside the Partition - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • lakshmi
    • 29.12.07 | 20:31 (IST)

    Line.They can seek Palestinian citizenship.I have faith that the Hamas govt.will be much more merciful than israel has been to them.Basic Palestinian Law is okay with me.Some updating can be done.if jews find it so repugnant to live in Palestine,then so be it,they can move to israel proper or go back to their countries of origin.Re:official approval,none will be forthcoming from the israeli side.But there are old timers in the PLO who are behind 181(not part of the quisling's entourage)From my reading of a variety of sources,there is a third movement building slowly but surely against the Fayyad govt,through a union of old time PLO hands and some Hamas.Shortly after the Annapolis conference I read Palestinian journalists who quoted some PA officials mentioning 181.Re: jews.I happen to know many who think this is a sensible idea.Agreed they are not the majority.Some are quite relieved that I am not enthusiastic about the one state,which seems the normal/fashionable route for an academic

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