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Better that they live in a Palestinian state.

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Submitted by Robert G. Mogull (United States), Apr 18, 2005 at 09:24

Because of this sentiment and their experience of living under the Israeli democracy and Israel's humane treatment that these Arabs could be a beneficial influence on other Palestinians. In the long run, it would be better for those Arabs with experience within Israeli's democratic structure and benefits to share their knowledge and experiences with others and, therefore, to become part of a Palestinian state.
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