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Submitted by gdb (France), Jan 7, 2008 at 09:00

This ... could let people/opinion believe that palestinian people have in fact no animosity against the state of Israel and jews. This is just wrong. These Palestinians have exactly the same motivations as Arabs that come to Europe: financial benefits offered by welfare states.

Lack of animosity of Palestinians against Israelis/Jews is one of the main arguments of those in Israel and around the world that favor a binational state. And, as we know, a binational state means in a few decades the end of Israel.

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