If Palestinians don't exist, so what is Israel's problem - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • El-Birawi
    • 04.03.07 | 12:53 (IST)

    Zionist Jews are so creative and have some incredible sense of imagination, no wonder they are the best creative mind in Hollywood, and never cease to amaze us with the thier finding and sense of history. We are told that Palestine did not and never existed. Then we are told that the Palestinians do not exist, and they are only remnant of wondering Arab tribes. It seems that the only sure thing in history is that the Jews are one people, one nation, irrespective of the 100 countries they belong to and irrespective of the number of converts. If Palestine and Palestinians do not exists, then what is Israel's and the Zionist Jewish problem. Since the non-existance of Palestine and Palestinians is based on scientific fact, then perhaps someone can tell me if the DNA of a convert Jew from Poland in 1500 is the same as that of a convert Jew in India today? Enough bullshit

    from the article: Your ID, please
    First published 00:00 04.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 04.03.07
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