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not a bad solution if it ends violence

Reader comment on item: Solving the "Palestinian Problem" [with the No-State Solution]

Submitted by thebassguy (United States), Jan 7, 2009 at 12:32

this also solves the 'right to return' ridiculousness....and since there was Never a Pal people or Pal state, these Arabs must accept that they are not 'of Israel/Palestine', but part of the Arab world itself. Its about time the other Arabs helped their 'poor oppressed brothers' in Gaza and West Bank areas. How many schools, hospitals, gyms, etc have been built there by Arab nations? How much food aid is sent annually? anyone have any exact figures on this?

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