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    • Dani
    • 07.11.07 | 20:15 (IST)

    All you have to do is look at the maps: They tell it all: 1937: The Arabs would have controlled 90% of Mandatory Palestine (77% became Jordan, and 13% would have been added to satisfy Arab demands) allocating only 10% to the Jews. Arabs violently rejected it. 1947: Proposed Arab "Palestinian" State on 43.53% of the remaining land (which included mostly fertile cultivatable land- unlike the Jews' land 2/3 of which was barren desert. Arabs violently rejected it. 2000: Proposed Arab "Palestinian" State on around 20% of the remaining land. Arabs violently rejected it. 2007: NOTHING- the next step is their expulsion. Every time the Arabs violently rejected it, they lost and it got worse for them. The next time, the offer was less. Now it's all over. Would you like to see a nakba, a naksa, or a nakba naksa this time?

    from the article: Peace Now says West Bank settlements are still growing
    First published 00:00 07.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 07.11.07
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