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    • mohamed
    • 02.10.07 | 00:40 (IST)

    imagine the evil that would be shed from israel's image if it just came out and affirmed the right to return to home and property! forget wether or not it was feasible, possible or even favourable; it's not about that; it's about a right, enshrined; acknowledged. The evil that would be shed, enormous... it's a main grievance... let them then go; all these people and go back see how many can, see how many can move a life in dubai and south america and where-what-have-you and go back: they'll take a cheque thank you... and those that come; those few that do that really do, will it be to see, to touch, to visit; then stay? I dont think so think about it you may end up nursing 20-35 deluded wako fanatics as well, but it's a small price to pay and israel were allways a tribe to take in those who lost their way...

    from the article: The problems are already here
    First published 00:00 01.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 01.10.07
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