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Submitted by Sidda (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 15:54

I haven't heard anything about this move to Iraq by Jews, but I couldn't help but find it very interesting to say the least that Muslims are allowed to live in Israel, in fact participate in the government, Muslims are allowed to immigrate to Europe, Canada, Australia, U.S., and participate in political process there, to even make demands upon the host country to change their traditions, but find it anathema that Jews might move to Iraq.
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