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returning arab property

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Submitted by bernice lipkin (United States), Feb 4, 2013 at 15:30

I think it's important that explosives, bullets, rocks, missiles and other such Arab/Muslim property be returned to them. Israel should return every explosive, bullet, rock and missile to who ever sent into Israel in the first place. Or to wherever it was manufactured. In fact, Israel should be generous and send back 10-fold.

She should do so immediately and not wait years.

Israel should consider making it her policy.

Bernice Lipkin

editor@think-israel.org

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