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Arab emigration from Israel to other countries should be encouraged.

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Submitted by Robby Feinstein (United States), Jan 18, 2012 at 01:42

At twenty percent of Israel's population, there are simply too many of them. They are a dangerous fifth column. Perhaps financial incentives would get many of them to leave. Affirmative action policies which favor Arabs over Jews in university admissions and judicial appointments should be promptly ended.

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