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    • Alex from Boston
    • 08.08.06 | 22:25 (IDT)

    Well Armand, Jews can live outside of Israel, as any other nation can live outside of their country. There are more Irish living in the US than in Ireland; this does not make Ireland the state of minority of Irish. Majority, minority - it does not matter. Israel is the state of Jews, period; denying that would be silly. I am not sure where did you found this nonsense about 1/3 of Israelis would flee if not double citizenship (I guess this is what you mean - there cannot be double nationality on this planet anyways :-))? And what it has to do with Pals BTW? They can flee to any Arabic country, Europe, USA, etc. Why are you talking about Pals here and not about Russians that trapped in Siberia? Or, about Fiji guys trapped in their island? And being or not being a Zionist is a choice of a person. You have chosen not to and I respect your choice. So please respect mine and do not label others. Shalom!

    from the article: The test of the Zionist left
    First published 00:00 08.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 08.08.06
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