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Isn't "no more JEWISH growth" also a "no more JEWISH immigration" issue" ?

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Submitted by Mr&Mrs AmHaAretz (United States), Sep 30, 2009 at 08:20

? Isn't "no more JEWISH growth" also a "no more JEWISH immigration" issue ?
The Arabs demanded this same thing during the time of the British Mandate -
and in those times, too, Arab demands took precedence over past commitments to a Jewish homeland by the Brits and the international community. That was almost 100 years ago.

One would think that in the 21st century, our post-Enlightenment human rights activists would have come to recognize that the Jewish people, too, should have been emancipated, and are entitled to equal rights, along with fellow humans.

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