Israel's official policy on exit permits vs. reality - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Deborah
    • 29.08.13 | 19:33 (IDT)

    Come on, The Nation Of Israel belongs to Israel, they can accept or deny anyone they please and for any reason. The Israeli's are good people who have gone out of their way to be nice to their enemy (Palestinians) and getting nothing but trouble, accusations, cheated for it. Give the Palestinians an inch and they want it all. I am all the way with Israel, They started creeping into America and now look at the problems we have. I sure wouldn't let them in.

    from the article: Out of Gaza: Israel's official policy on exit permits vs. reality
    First published 14:19 29.08.13 | Last updated 02:20 29.08.13
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