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what is Israel's obligation

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Submitted by y Brandstetter (Israel), Nov 29, 2003 at 16:44

It is pretty obvious that no believing Moslem will pass the DP test of admission to the USA.
For some reason though, the whole world expects Israel to live with, and accept more of, the most radical Moslems of all.

Let us share the problem. Let America take in fifty million devout Moslems dedicated to its destruction, just as Israel is supposed to, according to President Bush, intent on creating another Moslem Palestinian state.
Unlikely. So why is Israel obligated to do so?
Submitting....

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