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    • Didier Spaier
    • 28.03.06 | 12:43 (IST)

    There is what you all want more and more every day: A 100 % jewish state of Israel encompassing (at least) Gaza and West Bank. Let me say this about that: 1) It's morally unacceptable, not only for a Jew -- in fact, for any human beeing. 2) Once you'll have get it, one bomb will be enough to kill all and every Jew inside Israel, no matter if it'll be in ten or fifty years: at last Hitler will have won -- and don't even think of creating a "ligne Maginot" as we did. 3) I see three morally acceptable solutions: a) Accept to become one democratic state, as Zeev suggests (the best solution, to my eyes). b) Accept the Geneva initiative (though I don't like the idea of two states build on ethnic or religious criteria anyway). c) Leave; to people coming from and back to France I'll say "welcome back home!

    from the article: The missing Arab issue
    First published 00:00 28.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 28.03.06
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