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    • AE
    • 21.03.10 | 18:52 (IST)

    you may draw from my post the way you've preconceived your presuposition about the Deligitimation of a citizen, whicjh under the Israeli Law is pretty tough to achieve. Even when you leave the country you are still consider as an Israeli citizen no matter what. Now, my wondering stem from my family experience: as I wrote I am of Moroccan origins and my forfather never were considered as "a full fldged citizens" of the country Morocco, and I raised the Dhimi appelation as the Arab countries have not have any such enforcing legislation that protect a non-Muslim in his civic rights. Thus, I raised the point about whether the future Palistinian State will extend full civic rights to Jews who ultimately will be also part of the deal of the exchange. I also mentioned the fact, like Israel, UK and other nations are proposing laws that will help integrate the Muslim immigrants among them, and a such I recognise the rights of a sovereign State topreventany encroachmentof themajority'srights,

    from the article: 'Current Knesset is the most racist in Israeli history'
    First published 12:50 21.03.10 | Last updated 17:10 21.03.10
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