You speak of oppression, yet the Arabs of Judea and Samaria were never oppressed. Lack of national voting rights in a foreign country does not constitute oppression. I may not be allowed to vote in Brazil, but I am not oppressed by them. If the Arabs of Judea and Samaria had refrained from attacking Jews, as they pretty much did from 1967 until the first intifada in 1987, they would have continued to have full personal and property rights, much more than they had under their Jordanian dictatorship. Instead, they initiated violence against their Jewish neighbors, which gave Israel the right to defend its citizens against them. As for the worldwide solution to occupation, I think the dictatorships which rule the world are a much bigger problem. Before trying to solve the voting rights of the tiny minority of Arabs who live in Judea and Samaria, we should be demanding the personal and property rights of the Arabs who live in the 22 Arab countries.
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