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Note that for Zoebi, having an Arab 'right of return' isn't racist.

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Submitted by Anon (Israel), Oct 13, 2017 at 12:30

Israel is fine with Palestinians having a 'right of return' into a future Palestinian state. Israelis do not claim their being Arab would mean their state or their 'right of return' is racist. Zoebi wants an Arab state (Palestinians are Arabs) and their 'right of return' yet deems it racist for Israel to be Jewish. The mind, as Bertie Wooster would say, boggles.

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