im not sure what you mean by arab aparthied, ive been to more or less all arab states, just the wartorn/poor 5% are inhospitable. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    the rest would treat you with the most possible hospitality, unless you are an israeli ofcourse. which could explain your sentiment. maybe if you push your country to be MORE FAIR. then the arab states (who consider palestinians are brothers) wont be so mean to you, dont you think? please ask your american, british, french, german, black, white, yellow, green, purple friends if theres any sort of aparthied in the arab states they have visited. or you can visit jordan/egypt yourself and take a look. jews come and go as they please, with their other passports. having lived in an arab state all my life, i have to state that you are just blabbing out propaganda. westerners and arabs alike consider the arabian peninsula their home. i think the only exception would be saudi arabia, but then your issue is with the US who sponsors the government. i dont think the people are happy treating their women like sheep.

    from the article: 'Mahmoud' can't get table at an Israeli eatery, but 'Tamir' can
    First published 03:40 11.11.12 | Last updated 03:40 11.11.12
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