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    • David P. Adamson
    • 12.07.10 | 22:01 (IDT)

    If Jewz expect to eventually push all of the Palestinians out of Judea and Samaria then the responsible thing for Jewz to do is purchase land in Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon and build new condos for the Arab-Palestinians you are displacing. Provide these governments and displaced people with the financial resources they need to not only start life over but to also benefit from the entire process. If the Arabs all benefited from the process they would be lined up to move to their new country. For a Mexican to jump the border into the U.S. it is like winning the lottery. The primary objection that Americans have is the crippling cost. Jewz are the richest people in the U.S. and they send a lot of money to Israel. The primary problem is the element of theft which is associated with little or no compensation for the land that is taken. What is the Israeli's cost to maintain the IDF? Would it not be less expensive in not only life and money but also in animosity to fund an amicable solution rather than compel compliance to such injustice?

    from the article: Council approves construction of 32 new homes in East Jerusalem
    First published 21:14 12.07.10 | Last updated 21:14 12.07.10
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