Interesting case of historical resemblance(2) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Franco
    • 04.10.07 | 06:07 (IST)

    As a result of the defeat, we were flooded with refugees who badly suffered their loss and their uprooting (just like the Palestinians). End of the resemblance and start of the difference: 1)Italy, unlike the Arab States, heartily welcomed these unfortunate brothers. 2)The Giuliano-Dalmati refugees never had a dedicated U.N. Agency like U.N.W.R.A. is to the benefit of the Palestinians, that is still operative after 60 years and whose only utility is paying salaries to its employees. 3)The Giuliano-Dalmati were given a lodging, worked hardly, were easily absorbed, never dedicated themselves to terrorism, and are nowadays completely indiscernible from the general population. 4)Italy wanted peace with its neighbours, signed a treaty with Yugoslavia, and recently, on the occurrence of Slovenia joining E.U., obtained a symbolic money compensation for our refugees (certainly not for their descendants). Any comment?

    from the article: The right and the return
    First published 00:00 03.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.10.07
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