It's Lybia choosing to let them in, the Israeli government has nothing to do with this. Now, if you want to point out how the Lybian government is allowing this while the Israeli government is not, then you'd have a point, but I don't see how "hypocrisy" has to do with this. If Israel complained about how the Turks treat the Kurds while Israelis treat the Pals bad, then that would by the definition of hypocrisy. If Israel were to let in Lybian but not Palestinians, that would also be hypocrisy. Of course this is just semantics, you're not anti-semantic are you?
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from the article: Two Jewish women to be allowed to visit old homes in Libya
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