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Judaizing" the Arab-Israelis

Reader comment on item: Israel's Arabs, Living a Paradox

Submitted by NuritG (United States), Mar 23, 2012 at 03:10

The Arabs talk about "Judaizing" Jerusalem.

Israel should have talked, these past 64 years, of "Judaizing" the Arab-Israelis. No county in the world should have minority. A citizen is a citizen, no matter if he/she is of white, black, yellow or red skin. A citizen is a citizen with all the rights and obligations that come with being a citizen.

If a person cannot identify 100% with his homeland where he/she live, they then needs to move to a country where he/she can identify with that county 100%.

All American citizens are American citizens who pledge allegiance, sing the American Anthem and are respect the flag; if they do not, then they are not loyal citizens. This applies to every country on earth.

In Israel, the Nation state of Jewish people, there is an Arab "minority" that does not identify with Israel's nationalism, the nation's blue-white and the Star of David in the center flag, or the Jewish nation's national anthem. These Arabs are a nation within a nation with all the rights and no obligations. They take and give nothing back. In the last two decades these Arabs, mostly covertly, but also overtly, strongly identify with the Arab-Palestinians and their aspiration to take over the entire state of Israel and get rid of the Jews.

In clear context, they are the growing fifth column of the state of Israel, exponentially growing. There is a cure for it through: they must pledge allegiance to the Nation state of the Jewish people and behave as loyal citizen should or they are out.


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