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    • Bandar Michaels
    • 26.08.09 | 19:46 (IDT)

    If we look at the make up of the Jewish world, you have 74% Eshkinazy Jews who have common language "Yidish", common religion "Judaism" and a common look "Although they look nothing like the Near Eastern Peoples". The rest are made up of different origins, Ethiopian Jews, look Ethiopian, Iraqi Jews don't look like Morrocans. Indigineous Jews look like Lebanese and Syrian Jews and nonJews, and have a different culture. Zionism according to Dr. Shlomo Sands managed to create a people of followers of Judaism. The Palestinians who are the most related in DNA terms to anciant Israelites, and who are mostly the real Jews "In a national, not religious sense" are the real inheritants of the land. If Zionism managed to create a Nationality out o different groups, why exclude the most legitimate group of this nation. If Jews of extremely different cultures managed to survive together, I am sure that including the Palestinians in this Nation will succeed based on a strategy of "common history"

    from the article: One-state solution is a blueprint for a nightmare
    First published 16:47 14.09.09 | Last updated 16:06 13.11.09
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