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Facilitate Gaza Emigration

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Submitted by Dave (Canada), Aug 9, 2014 at 11:46

I've read that about 80% of Gazans would like to emigrate. Israel should take over Gaza and faciliate that. Israeli politician Moshe Feiglin's plan has it right. Initially, there would be an outcry, but in the long run Israel would be spared the constant attacks and the erosion of support from their retaliation.

The Arab countries, for their part, don't worry about civil rights complaints from their Jewish citizens since they expelled most of them years ago.

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