Firstly, Nadav's position that the Arab countries take in refugees really is not their obligation, but I recall that there has been discussion in the past of neighbouring Muslim countries to Israel to offer citizenships to Palestinian refugees. I'll have to ask my father when he returns from Florida next week about this, because he had a professor at Hebrew University in the late 50's addressing this issue about refugees, so I'll follow-up on this. But if places like Canada offer to take Palestinian refugees, this should be welcomed by all parties. I believe Tosefta's second point about expulsion of refugees in post #77 is a moral issue for Israel to contend with and compensate if not permitting to return to towns. All very serious issues which understandably contributed to the failure of Camp David in 2000. P.S. I don't think Nadav is right when he states that Tosefta chose to refocus to unrelated matters, but knowing him, he'll respond at the appropriate time if at all.
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