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I am not Palestinian

Reader comment on item: The Motives Behind Palestinian Leader's Effort to Gain Statehood at U.N.
in response to reader comment: Surprise! Israel declines to be destroyed!

Submitted by Abdulkarim Alhabsi (Oman), Jun 11, 2013 at 01:08

I am Omani, not Palestinian. I support Israeli and Palestinian right for peacful existance. The problem is that majority of Israelis do not support the Palestinian right for existence. They say there were no such thing as a Palestinian nation before. Thats true for 95% of the countries in the world. There are only two nations who can claim existence to before birth of Christ, Israel and Egypt. I am not disputing this fact. You and the people of Israel need to come to terms to the fact that there are millions of Palestinians living in the west bank with justifiable aspiration to statehood. Delaying this, and land grabbing will only defeat the creation of a Palestinian state. This will put Israel in a bit if a quandary. What to do with the millions if Palestinians living in Israeli annexed west bank?


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