With polls ahead of Thursday’s mayoral election putting George Galloway on no more than 1%, we could be witnessing the welcome political demise of a malignant racist.19:43 02.05.16 | 0 comments
#1 Those settlers who are citizens of Israel went there as Israelis and not to become Palestinians asseting what they believed their right to the land promised them by their deity. #2 If Palestine becomes a state, it is at their option to open their immigration doors to whomever they please whether it goes by lottery, a set number of acceptances varying by country or since they have limited space they can choose to allow no applications. #3. As far as settlers go, if they want to apply for Palestinian citizenship I believe the Palestinians should thoroughly investigate any and all applicants for past crimes against Palestinian people and if they are found to be suspected of crimes, then they can enter as long as they subject themselves to Palestinian judicial laws. #4. Any Jewish arab as well as their heirs holding a Palestinian passport pre-1948 British mandate should be offered a place there if they so choose to If it were up to me, Id never allow in a criminal element that caused so much suffering to innocent people...but thats just me. Settlers have no right to stay in Palestine. As infiltrators they would need to leave and apply for citizenship properly. Somehow though if they were made the leave they would not wish to come back and put themselves as citizens of Palestine. They didnt leave their host countries and go all the way to the Middle East to become Palestinian. They went there to be Jews in a Greater Israel.