The Land of Israel has never been only Jewish, not before your King David conquered it with violence and not after. So I guess this means it's okay with you that all Palestinians that can traced their roots back to West-Jerusalem, and that's quite a few can have their own settlements there? What about Ashkelon? 11 000 Arabs lived there prior to the invasion in 1948. Only 1000 remained. Can the ancestors of the 10000 or so Arabic refugees have their own settlements in Ashkelon? It would be a huge step towards fighting segregation. I guess you're agreeing with me brother. Most Palestinian refugees only have to go a few decades back in times to find their roots in Ashkelon and West-Jerusalem, whereas many of you settles have to go centuries if not millenias back in time to find any proof of ancestors in Israel.
4.2-scale earthquake felt in Dead Sea, Jerusalem area (Haaretz)
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