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Middle East Christian Homeland

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Submitted by Jim (United States), Jan 10, 2009 at 20:39

As the Muslim populations continue to pursue violence at every turn, one population affected yet rarely talked about are the Christians in the Middle East. They suffer from discrimination in their own countries and from neglect from the west.

There should be land set aside as a safe haven for these persecuted souls.

Perhaps as the Palestinians have proven unable to gevern the Gaza strip, perhaps they could be deported to the West bank and Gaza given over to Middle Eastern Christians, who will live at peace with Israel.

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