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Internal demographic balance important too

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Submitted by B. Cachia (Luxembourg), Jun 29, 2011 at 12:00

One must not forget the Arab citizens already inside Israel, who are also growing rather fast. Following a peace settlement some way must be found to induce them to switch to Palestinian citizenship, possibly by exempting them from most Israeli taxes if they do so. Any first or second generation 1948 refugees accepted back as part of a peace settlement should likewise only be given the status of permanent residents, not that of citizens, and even that only on a strictly personal basis.

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