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

Submitted by Debra (United Kingdom), Jan 14, 2008 at 11:24

Israel, the Jewish state, symbolized by Zion, are one and the same. No one has the authority to split the Jewish identity. Validating Palestine invalidates Israel. Right of return of Arabs to Israel invaidates the Jewish state. Splitting Jerusalem invalidates Zion. We should not be misled by the relative use of the words that seek to redefine Judaism and annihilate it through the process. Splitting the identity is the first step towards destruction and more importantly of truth, which is not merely confined to human affairs.

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