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One "minor" problem here - the Paletinians were invited to stay and enjoy full citizenship..they weren't displaced.

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Submitted by kman (United States), Jan 8, 2009 at 02:08

Some of the Palestinians did stay in Israel and DO enjoy all the rights and privileges of ctizenship. The other Palestinians chose to leave and have been manipulated by their Arab "bretheren" ever since.

The Arab states could have heeded the Palestinian plight a hundred times over a long time ago. It just doesn't suit their purposes which is to slake their vile and unjustified hatred of the Jewish nation.

Palestine was at one time Israel, and was re-named by the Romans when they got tired of Jewish rebellion and decided to give the place a new name to further bury any rememberance of israel.

The Palestinians can have their own country any time the Arab world decides to allow it.

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