Mohammad Elassam, 22, of Tel Sheva was also charged with joining a Salafist organization.14:47 08.02.16 | 0 comments
I agree with you by 99%. Yes, there are people called for some unclear reason "palestinians", several million of them. Under no circumstances I am going to deny that fact. The problem is in the name itself: they are residents of Arab origin, living in the land that for thousands of years belonged to the Jewish people. I can see no problem if each of them makes one of two choices: a) sincerely declares his/her loyalty to Israel as Jewish, democratic, Zionist state, and applies for permanent residency (with - possibly - a consequent ability to apply for citizenship; this is up to the Knesset do decide); or b) move to one of the Arab countries existing on this planet, and live in peace, friendship, harmony and security with their ethnic brothers. Anyone to find _reasonable_ objections against those ideas ?