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What about the Kurds and Armenians?

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Submitted by sargent (South Korea), Feb 26, 2012 at 06:23

How many more 'refugees' will be considered as part of the 'return' plan? It is a funny story to think how no country in history has agreed to take back refugees who fled during war time, let alone accept their long settled descendants back into their claimed origins. The Kurds and Armenians have much more rights to an independence than the return of the artificially sustained Palestinian refugees. The problem is, they themselves believe this since they have been taught such claims by Arab regimes using them as pawns.

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Not just Arab regimes but Western states too.

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