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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 24.09.09 | 08:41 (IDT)

    The 1967 borders do not include Greater israel including all of Judea and Samaria. Therefore there can be no compromise. Anyone who is not a total fool thinks that there can be any Arab presence in Greater Israel does not comprehend the situation. The question which Mr. Netanyahu refuses to address is simple. What happens to the sub-humans contaminating Israeli soil Mr. Netanyahu? Do they evaporate, disappear, or shall they be sent to never-never land ? I do not see anyone as willing to take in those Palestinians than there were willing to take in Nazi Germany's Jews. As Israel doesn't want them, and the world doesn't want them, what happens to those sub-humans polluting the land God Gave to Israel? This is a problem isn't it? There is no government in Antarctica . That is the answer! No need to dispose of them, they can move to the south pole and fend for themselves!

    from the article: Netanyahu: No peace until Palestinians accept Israel as Jewish state
    First published 01:58 24.09.09 | Last updated 17:42 24.09.09
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