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Submitted by Ugri (Finland), Mar 23, 2012 at 12:06

Dr Pipes,

I was a bit surprised you didn't mention anything about the Arab Christians of Israel. What I have heard their relations with Messianic Jews are warm and cordial, and their allegiance to the State of Israel does not cause any trouble. Unlike their Muslim cousins, they worship the Lord of Israel. Their number is small but not insignificant, and it is on the rise.

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Space did not allow discussing them, the Bedouin, or the Druze.

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