do NOT confuse religion with "ethnicity"(many definitions).u do know ppl convert to other religions right?they are not magically replaced by - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • hahaha sweden, p.2.from other art
    • 23.09.13 | 17:52 (IDT)

    few ppl from other places + migrations happened in the past, there were several in the past in this region!!! read about the ugarit findings and arabic, etc. Plus Pals are also christians!! Just because most Palestinians are Muslim, that does not mean that you can strip off of them their cultural and ethnic identities. Palestinians are the descendants of Canaanites, ancient Israelis, jews, Samaritans, Philistines, Cretes, Romans, and Arabs (just to name a few). Leave your poor propaganda for ignorants, ok?Read about Pals traditions, language habits- can be traced far back into the past!Palestinians (Christians and Muslims) and Israeli Jews (especially Sephardic, Yemeni and Iraqi, and middle-eastern Jews in general) are related, very much so. I am from Nablus and I get mistaken for being Jewish wherever I go, which is expected since my family was probably at one point in time Jewish (I mean, there are still Samaritans living in Nablus, I’m sure that you already know that). Many prominent Nabulsi families have Samaritan ancestry; there’s nothing surprising about that.

    from the article: The ancient road to Jerusalem: the work of Romans, or Jewish pilgrims?
    First published 01:32 20.09.13 | Last updated 21:09 19.09.13
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