In today's issue, an article tells about a Palestinian denied re-entry into Israel where his family has lived for generations. Here's what I wrote: I wish that same judge could feel what those Palestinians were feeling. Imagine if the shoe was on the other foot and an Arab judge was refusing a Jew the right to continue his/her life in Israel because they had been away for too long a time. How about 2,000 years judge? We Jews, and Zionists like me, say that's not too long to end our right to live in the land. BUT when it's a Palestinian, well, 20 years outside the country and you're a criminal for wanting to come back.
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