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Palestinians blame Arab Leaders for Nakaba

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Submitted by suren sukhtankar (United States), Jul 29, 2009 at 11:56

Millions of foreigners are living and working in Saudi Arabia for decades; although they cannot settle in that country. They are hugely contributing to Saudi economy. Why shouldn't Saudis let Palestinians settle in Saudi Arabia? They too are harworking, talented, Sunny Muslims and will prove as a geat assest to Saudi Arabia in the long run. US Govt should pressure Saudis to accept them as immigrants. Saudi Monachy won't survive for a day without US support! Saudi Arabs invaded surrounding countries after they became Islamic! Palestinians and all other Arabs in other countries are the descedents of these invaders who chose to settle in these faraway fertile lands. It is high time they go back to their "motherland", just the way just the way Jews have come back to their "promised land".

Saudis have enough petrodollars to help. Let every Saudi prince (the country is ruled by one family of 7000 cousins!) build one less palace, take one less wife, drink less scotch; and spend more time in the Mosque to reflect on his sins!!! AND HELP PALESTINIANS GO HOME!!!

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