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With Genie Energy, there will be fresh employment opportunities in the Golan and its the same 'culture' as home.

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Submitted by Todd Biesiada (United States), Sep 29, 2013 at 11:42

What a novel idea of keeping the Syrian refugees in the same cultural area. How about moving them into the Golan? They are unarmed. The children can be educated. And it would ring 'compassion' across the board of any think tank There are newly vacant communities in the area, perfect for the housing needs. The question is who is willing to step up to acknowledge the most compassionate solution?

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