I have read your posts attentively, and I feel really sorry for what history has inflicted on you, your family and your people. I can easily believe your grandfather always dreamed of returning to that piece of land of his, and to his orange grove. It's only naturel. With this, I must tell you, I know well the road that connects Jaffa to Tel Aviv. One sees there orange groves no more, and all the pieces of land of old have since long all disappeared. (see www.planetware.com/picture/tel-aviv-jaffa-yafo-isr-jer146.htm) So please, tell us, what are you expecting from us Israelis? If it is to be compensated, why is it not clearly said? If it is to be allowed to return to your family's domicile, is this not tantamount to chasing a mirage? I wish you a successful career in law, and may God grant you a good and loving (Palestinian) husband.
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