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In that case, Jews should settle in Egypt, not Palestine

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Submitted by Abdulkarim Al-Habsi (Oman), Jun 16, 2009 at 00:14

First of all, Israel is not giving back its land, its giving back land it occupied, my god did not give Jews the title deed to Palestinian land, your god may have done that.

If we use holy scripture to dictate how we settle our differences, then I guess Israelis should be settling in Egypt, not Palestine, this is one thing both our gods agree to.

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