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Arab racism or what

Reader comment on item: Salam Fayyad Says Yes to Jews Living in a Palestinian State?
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Submitted by bonkers (United States), Mar 23, 2011 at 13:27

I think you're a little confused. Most Palestinians want a Jew free state both current and future. When they speak to the Arab audience they are simply playing the role of a politician - giving the audience what they want. The fact that he expresses this to his own people means that the future Palestinian state will not be capable of any co-existence since the Palestinian support a Jew free state. Are you just ignorant to Arab racism or what?

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