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A state of all its citizens -- what about the Palestinian state?

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Submitted by manny (Canada), Apr 27, 2009 at 10:58

She says Israel must be turned into a "state of all its citizens."

This reminds me of my pet peeve. I am disturbed every time I hear someone decry the Jewish settlements on Palestinian land. What they are saying is that the future State of Palestine cannot be formed as long as Jews live on that land -- Palestine must be "judenrein"

Palestine will not be "a state for all its citizens". Why should Israel be?

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