So a bunch of them ran off to Europe to evade the Roman [occupiers] a couple thousand years ago. Big deal. The majority stayed right where they were at because their attachment to the land outweighed the hardship of foreign occupation - just like their descendents are doing today - and suffered through many subsequent occupations, most of them converting to the occupiers religion over the centuries. Then after a couple thousand years, the descendents of those who ran away decide they want go back and somehow convince the world that the land belongs to them - I guess cuz they ran away from it way back when? - and that those who never left their homeland are somehow interlopers. There is NOTHING "fictional" about the LAND, Chaim, no matter WHAT name its given, or by whom...the fact IS that it does exist, and so do the people who never left it - whether YOU like it or not!
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