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Reader comment on item: Accepting Israel as the Jewish State[: Public Opinion in Four Arab Countries]

Submitted by concerned american (United States), May 18, 2010 at 18:23

Frankly, whoever wants the useless piece of land known currently as Israeil can have it. But I don't think any particular persuasion should get it claiming religion (i.e. cult) ties to the land. After all, those tales are all fairy tales. They should just cut in half and divide it up. These people have been fighting forever with no end in sight. I don't even know why Americans care about the issue. We have strategic military land in the area (Turkey.)

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