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NOT IMMORAL..

Reader comment on item: "Transfer" the Palestinians? Reasons Against

Submitted by DONVAN (United States), Mar 2, 2009 at 13:05

The notion that the Muslams in Gaza cannot be relocated because it is immoral is wrong on several points. There are no "Palestinians" They are self described Muslams, which is a choice, not a race or ethnic group.

Further, the mythology which is internalized is hostile to any effort to live in peace with anyone, Jew or Gentile. What is immoral is to permit thousands or millions of people to live as human pawns, exploited and forced to live as chattle to manic Muslams.

Insofar as upsetting the "Arab street" is concerned, so what?

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