nakba is the Middle Easts fourth largest religion - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 15.05.11 | 08:34 (IDT)

    Nakba has become more like a religion than an ideal and palestinian thinking is your born a refugee with a right of return the way your bo Jew, Christian or Muslim. It has nothing to do with the peace process or creating a palestinian state its about the fact that 63 years ago the arabs stated a war which resulted in around 600,000 refugees most of whom are now dead. Worldwide there are wars which create refugees and the refugees don't get to return and they don't spend decades mourning over it. Millions of Jews became refugees after WW2 but they didn't spend the next 60 years demanding a right to return to their homes. The palestinian attitude is that your born a refugee with a right to return to the home of your grandparents and great grandparents. Creating a palestinian states will not bring an end to this nakba nonsense only if they get their mythical right of return. We could create a palestinian state tomorrow but these nakba events would still be taking place decades from now its become almost like a religion. The IDF has been ordered to try and avoid friction and the PA security forces have been ordered to try keep the arabs away from the IDF.to avoid creating friction. So if there is violence it won't be because the IDF went picking a fight.

    from the article: Spiraling clashes on Nakba Day could set West Bank alight
    First published 00:43 15.05.11 | Last updated 00:43 15.05.11
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