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Right of Palestinian Return, no right at all!

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Submitted by Dvora (United States), Jul 6, 2005 at 18:09

With the degree of hostility which the majority of Palestinians display, both against Israel and against Americans, I would be inclined to believe more so, that those who believe in Racist/Fascist Idealology should and will be excluded from Israeli Citizenship, now or ever.

I believe because of this Ideology Cult of death, expressed by "Palistinians" who are 70% passport holders of Jordan, and who have settled there, because of the criminal activity they carried out while Jordan's King Huessein was ruling, should be returned to their Nation of Origin, while the new King Abdullah, son of King Huessein, deals with them, hopefully, in the same manner his Father dealt with Palestinian insurgency, by death.

So many other factions have also arrived in these Terror-toris from Syrian, Saudi, Arabia, Arab Emeritus, Tunisia, Iran and Iraq, and this fraud, committed against Israel by every Arab Nation, based on their racist/Fascist Ideology, must end. These people have no right of return, and it is time for a rational world to stand up and speak out against it, and the Palestinians.

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