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    • Omar
    • 07.11.07 | 16:41 (IST)

    "Most Arabs do this for economic reasons, not loyalty to Israel. Not to mention the security and demographic threats." 'demographic threats' ?? I assume you are an Israeli living in CA, otherwise you would have no business pontificating from abroad about matters that do not concern you with such racist remarks. How nice it must be for you to stay in CA without worrying about losing your right to return home. But your 'demographic threat' remark is a refreshing breeze of honesty from those who claim that there is no Apartheid in Israel.

    from the article: Israel reports jump in Jerusalem Arabs seeking Israeli citizenship
    First published 00:00 07.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 07.11.07
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