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    • Michael
    • 08.12.09 | 14:51 (IST)

    You say people won't debate with you. OK, try this one. How would you feel if Arabs, backed by Saudi money started moving into impoverished Israeli towns and buying up homes and land. Slowly their holdings increased and they managed to persuade the government of Israel to allow more Arab immigrants to immigrate from all over the world. Eventually the groups of Arabs got so large that they began to control whole areas and eventually they said to the Israeli governmet, 'we don't want to be part of Israel any longer, we want our own independenet Muslim homeland, our own Muslim state and we'd like to take half of Israel away to make the new country, and look the UN agrees with us' What would you think of that? Would you say 'OK fair enough, take the land and be free.' Or would you say 'No way, I'm going to defend my country with all means at my disposal'?

    from the article: Trust the settlers to lose the West Bank
    First published 12:10 07.12.09 | Last updated 17:21 07.12.09
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