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A Two Citizenships Solution vs. a Jewish-Arab State

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Submitted by Mark (Israel), Apr 25, 2016 at 05:54

A Two Citizenships Solution vs. a Jewish-Arab State.

Unfortunately, Israel long ago became a binational , it's an incubator for Arab people.
Jews will not survive in a binational state.
Israel must stop imposing Israeli citizenship to hostile nation.
A two states solution is meaningless without changing citizenship of Israeli Arabs .

Israeli Arabs obtained Israeli citizenship illegally and against international law.
Immediately after the establishment of a new Arab state west of the Jordan River (or return Jordanian control ), the Arabs of Haifa, Nazareth, Lod, Galilee, Negev, Jerusalem etc. must become citizens of their new state.

If the Jews do not want to continue to live in a bi-national state, and within a generation become a minority in Israel, they must prepare for a referendum (as in Scotland) based on the UN resolution to divide Palestine for Jews and Arabs.
It's possible to separate from the Arabs by the law, as the Czechs and the Slovaks.

Palestinian citizenship to the Arabs, Israeli citizenship to the Jews.
Two Nations - Two States - Two Citizenships !

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