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Living in paradox or paradise????

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Submitted by Froike (United States), Mar 23, 2012 at 12:05

I live in NY, and have a few close Muslim friends. On several occasions, one of my Egyptian buddies told me that it's good that Israel has the 'right of return" for Jews only. Why? If Israel opened its borders to Arab immigration, every neighboring country would lose the majority of its population!!! Whether Judaism is the state religion or not, the quality of life for Israeli Arabs is higher than that of their neighbors.

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