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Who wants to return?

Reader comment on item: Bush Promotes a Palestinian "Right of Return"

Submitted by A v B (Germany), Jan 14, 2008 at 09:53

Palastinians living in Israeli areas enjoy all the welfare of Israelis, they prefer to stay where they are.

Palastinian living as refugees in Europe, enjoy all the rights and welfare of the european standard, social protection and religious freedom, they are registered unemployed but they all work black. They enjoy systematically islamising Europe, through producing too many children, marrying european women who then convert to islam and in some places in England, Germany, and many others they enjoy imposing the Islamic shariat in their teritories within the city. In some places in london you are not alowed to enter if you are a kafer, you have to behave like a muslim, women must wear a head-cover. Palastinian are granted freedom and full rights of a native citizin, but they leave no freedom-space for their hosts! Why? ask Europe, they want to have it this way.

Palastinian who fleed to islamic (arab or non-arab)countries suffer the most but they prefer to die than to return to palastine (i.e. arab governed parts of Israel).

Now, tell me, who wants to return?

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