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    • David Teich
    • 29.05.06 | 10:43 (IDT)

    It is like religion: It's based on emotion and used as a rational for hatred and violence. There's no such thing. Here are some other refugee stats: - 1945: 10 million refugees when the Allies redrew the borders of Poland, Germany and Russia - 1945-6: 5 million ethnic Germans kicked out of Eastern European countries because they were blamed for WWII - 1947: 10 million refugees when violent Islamacists demanded British India be carved into India, Pakistan and East Pakistan. - 1945-47: Untold millions of Asian refugees from the Japanese part of WWII - 1948-1970: 800,000 Jewish refugess from Islamic countries. 600,000 went to Israel NONE of those people had a "right of return." None received compensation for what they lost. However, the 472,000 people Lord Bernadotte defined as Arab refugees, without any documentation or fact checking, claim that they magically have such a right. Yup, it's like religion all right.

    from the article: Between prisoners and captives
    First published 00:00 29.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 29.05.06
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