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    • David Teich
    • 29.05.06 | 13:25 (IDT)

    First, Saba. In case you hadn't noticed: 1) The Jews never left this area, the Muslims invaded 2) Sovereign nations can set whatever immigration policies they want. Jordan, Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries won't allow Jews to be citizens, but you demand Israel hand its citizenship rules into the control of those same Arabs. That's not logical. 3) Arab Jihadist, Muslim Ottoman and British Empires prevented Jews from free movement. Arab citizens of Israel don't have restrictions. 4) Why should Palestinian enemy aliens have ANY rights. 5) You didn't address direct examples. Of course, you can't... Next, Tony: If you're trying to say there weren't millions of refugees because of the split of British India, I'd suggest you study history. There is only one reason the RoR gets media attention: to treat Jews and Israel completely differently than every other country and people on earth.

    from the article: Between prisoners and captives
    First published 00:00 29.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 29.05.06
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