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Pay to move?

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Submitted by FeFe (United States), Jan 7, 2009 at 08:50

Why can't Israel just pay them all to move like they did the Israelis? Off to wherever they want to go? They don't want to stay since they haven't kept up the infrastructure. I'm not trying to be smart. If they don't want to go to Jordan because they can't work, then call Jordan out on that, etc. Those who stay, become citizens of Israel with rights they don't have in other Arab countries. It sounds like many of the people there now see what they have is a culture of death and not living, and going to Iran or those who support Hamas may be going to a culture of hate. They just might like to enjoy the life Arabs have in Israel now.

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