Amazing how anything Lieberman says is wrong. Does anyone read what he says, or is he just wrong? Now i am certain there are Israeli Arab communities who if given a choice, might want to live in a Palestinian State rather than a Jewish state. I am certain that many people don't want to be uprooted if a peace agreement is reached. I am certain that a peace agreement will require land swaps. I am certain that some people will be uprooted and moved against their will. Is there a way to minimize the number of people uprooted, the number of people moved from their home, the amount of money needed to compensate? People should have a choice as to which side of the line they want to live on. If they can be accommodated, why not? What can be done to accommodate the people who might otherwise be left where they don't want to be or forced to move?
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