To Alex # 15 You want to deport a man born and raised in - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • justis
    • 02.02.10 | 03:22 (IST)

    in East Jerusalem with the claim that he's an illegal resident. Christian Muslim or Jew shouldn't make a difference when it pertains to going abroad for an education. Hundreds of thousands of people travel all over the world many thousands spend years abroad get married start families and move back and forth between their home country and their adopted country, should they lose their residency and citizenship of their home country ? or just the none Jewish ones. I have dealt with a number of Jews from Israel that live here in the US for extended periods of time and go back and forth, under the formula of the existent structure they are illegal residents and therefore should be deported. The state of Israel wants to deport a Christian man from his homeland because he went to the US for his education where he received a Bachelor and Masters degrees. This case points out the worst Israel has to offer, discrimination of the worst kind. Perfect example why many people hate Israel/Jews

    from the article: Israel seeks to deport East Jerusalem man for spending too many years in U.S.
    First published 01:43 31.01.10 | Last updated 12:06 31.01.10
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