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    • CJ
    • 16.11.09 | 07:28 (IST)

    "Arabs in the WB or Gaza must know by now that a 2 state solution is no solution. Gaza was in their hands and no improvement appeared there. WB is not any better. Why? because almost no will exist - it is the nature of some ppl." Twaddle. The Palestinians have been and are still under occupation and almost 50% of their land has been illegally acquired since 1948. Many have been dispossessed by Israel, twice. Israel controls what and who and when anything goes in or out of the Palestinian territories. "Best remedy is if they return to their birthright places such as the Saudi Arabia, Jordan or any other rich oil countries and demand their rights back." UH? You can show that's where they're from? I'd like to see. Meanwhile, we have plenty of up-to-date evidence, even Israeli Government encouragement for American, Japanese, Chinese, African, British, European Jewish folk who've moved into Israel. Not that they were all refugees or even victims.

    from the article: Would Israel accept a state-and-a-half solution?
    First published 02:07 16.11.09 | Last updated 15:42 16.11.09
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