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    • Chaim Ben Kahan
    • 06.01.14 | 22:45 (IST)

    Hebron was almost completely a Jewish city in living memory, so your centuries myth is nonsense. The majority of self identified Palestinians are from Egypt and Syria. This is a fact. They moved in and displaced the Jews living for millenniums in Israel. The Jews are the indigenous people of the land, not the invading Arabs. Get your history right.

    from the article: Netanyahu: Israel will not evacuate Hebron, Beit El as part of peace deal
    First published 20:07 06.01.14 | Last updated 20:07 06.01.14
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