When travelling through Israel, note the places were Sabra cactuses grow wild, note the places where olive trees grow abandoned. There used to be Arab villages there once, whose population was forced to leave without any compensation. Go visit the artists village of Ein Hod, walk through Safed, Tiberias, Talpiot, pass through Kibbutzim and Moshavim which were built on villages where Palestinians used to live. Have a stroll through Ashkelon, which used to be the Palestinian town Al Majdal until 1950 and whose population was forced to leave their homes without any compensation. The few thousand settlers who have come to live in the Gaza settlements which to all international standards where completely illegal, heavily subsidized by the Israeli tax payer will leave very well compensated for the loss of their homes. The fact that these houses will not be destroyed, but will be used to settle the people who were forced to leave their homes in 1948-1950 sounds logical to me.
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