Going by the Bnei Menashe and the Falashmura, Isrel is -- ahem -- quite willing to consider almost anyone a Jew. After all, the Bnei Menashe's claim rests on a dream someone had in 1951, and the Falashmura DID convert to Christianity. If these can be considered Jews, why not Palestinians? Genetically, they must be at least as Jewish as the average 'Jew,' -- they just converted, basically. Like the Falash Mura. So rescue them from the error of their ways. The real problem, of course, is that the Jews hate the Palestinians so much and vice-versa that the idea would be anathema to both sides -- but if the Palestinians had somehow wound up on Madagascar, you'd be flying them in by the planeload. Of course, with no indigenous Palestinians, you wouldn't be so frantic to win the demographic race you've decided you're having, so perhaps it still wouldn't happen. But then, what would the Falash Mura do?
Stabbing reported in Kiryat Gat in southern Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: Entering the age of post-aliyah?