The fact that Jews lived somewhere does not mean that automatically that place will be Israeli state terrritory.Bennett is mixing up things. There are lots of Roman remains in Libya, but that does not make the place Italian territory. There are lot of Biblical places in Jordan, so why does Israel not claim large pieces of Jordanian territory? If Jews lived there many centuries ago that government of that place should create possibilities for Jews to visit that historic place, but again sovereignty is a completel;y different thing.
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