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Israel victory project

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Submitted by Damas John (Tanzania), Nov 6, 2021 at 22:35

I believe majority of palestinians are migrants from Arabs countries who migrated to Israel in the early 20 century. Gazans from Egypt, West bankers from Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and other gulf countries.

Israel need to identify All palestinians by ther native home through language and culture and tell them their exact home.

Moreover Israel government must monitor rapid increasing arab-israelis to avoid future hardtimes when the population of Arabs will overwhelm that of Jews.

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