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    • Hampus Blomberg
    • 28.04.06 | 10:53 (IDT)

    shalom everyone! As I see it, the only way the jewish state of Israel can continue to exist, is if we secure it being a jewish state. Thats why I think Yisrael Beitneu has a very good point. Recent studies have shown that the population of Israel will be dominated by arabs within a generation or two, which means that the jewish state will more or less seaze to exist if nothing is done. Thats why we have to do an exchange in land, meaning that arab villages In Israel will become arab territory, and Jewish communities in samaria will be Israeli. We can do all of this unilaterally, the only complicated thing is taking the Israeli citizenship from the arabs, but thats can be done in an easier way, by not giving the next generation citizenship. That will make the rest of the families more or less forced to the palestinian side, which might sound cruel, but there are hard decisions to be taken. Of course we shouldnt treat them bad in any way, and help them with practical things.

    from the article: And thank you to Hamas
    First published 00:00 27.04.06 | Last updated 00:00 27.04.06
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