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Submitted by yuval (Israel), Mar 21, 2013 at 12:08

The only basis for the Palestinian identity is to negate israel's existence as a Jewish State. Ergo, all those reasoned arguments are worthless, because Arabs dont want to live alongside jews. They want to dominate Jews, and should they disagree, kill them.

After all that is what they do to each other

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