Of course palestinians are going to feel that way initially. It's a hard road to build a state and requires those with israeli benefits to give them up for a while until they can be provided by the palestian state. It could take years. But in the end it's like reuniting a child with it's biological patents after a few years with a caretaker family. The child recognizes the caretakers as their family (no matter hard the upbringing) and is apprehensive of joining the new family, but in the end the child is better off with the biological parents. It's the fear of the unknown that is gripping people who took this poll and chose Israel. Rightly so, its a tough choice.
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from the article: Would East Jerusalem Arabs rather be citizens of Israel or Palestine?