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Reader comment on item: Salam Fayyad Says Yes to Jews Living in a Palestinian State?
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Submitted by sharonsj (United States), Jul 22, 2009 at 18:32

Seems to me what he is really saying is this: when there is no more Israel, when it is taken over by the Arabs, they might let the Jews still live there under Sharia law. Meanwhile, no Jews were allowed to remain in Gaza--remember how they were all forced out? And the Palestinians want the same thing done in the West Bank.

So where is this Palestinian state where Jews might be allowed to live? It's Israel, of course.

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