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Bush introduces the Palestinian "Right of Return"

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Submitted by Rich McGahan (United States), Jan 14, 2008 at 10:00

Two comments:

1. That seems to be his policy toward Mexicans.

2. If "Palestinians" are to be given compensation in lieu of return, shouldn't that also apply to Jews and Christians who have been driven out of Arab/Muslim countries? Or to anyone "driven" out of their country by a dominant group. How far back in history do we go? How do we verify the claimants?

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