Indeed - what do the settlers have in common with israelis? especially the thugs-of-hebron - to listen to what they themselves have to say about israel and the IDF. In many ways, these settlers - and a large fraction of others all over the West bank - are more similar to some of the extremist islamic movements - such as wahabism - usually way to the right of Hamas. So your solution Moshe is not bad - let them stay - as palestinians - just another minority among others, albeit, an ardently religious one. In fact, maybe this strange looking group in Hebron ally themselves with hamas - nice play for a new block of voters. Unless of course, Hamas proves too moderate for them whether in terms of enforced religion or imposition of draconian law and order. How many real israeli citizens would be sorry to let them go?
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