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    • arik
    • 12.10.11 | 18:00 (IST)

    It is declarative and shows how difficult is for palestinians to give the end of conflict even if hypothetically they are offered a state in the west bank and Gaza. It is not offensive. The jewish people originated from a national religion. It is basically a secualrized religion. Those liberal and secular jews that still want a jewish state, have in their minds a Tel Aviv Haifa type of jewish state. Democratic with full civil rights to minorities and still jewish in a very symbolic way. Arabs that dislike thiven if they could transfer themselves to another place. They have another option: live under the jewish state even if they dislike it. If their civic rights are protected , they must accept the right of the majority which is jewish. If a robust majority determines the constitution of the state as jewish, then that is what it is. It is important that the jewish state demands its full recognition of legitimicy as a jewish state in exchange for a Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria.

    from the article: We are a people, a response to Sari Nusseibeh
    First published 11:28 12.10.11 | Last updated 11:28 12.10.11
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