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Land grabbing is the purpose number 1

Reader comment on item: Sa'udi Policies towards Migrants and Refugees
in response to reader comment: What of the Falastin Arabs?

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jun 4, 2022 at 15:52

Dear Dr Pipes, I am not surprised that KSA does not grant citizenship even to Muslim (so called) Palestinians born and living in KSA. When I look at the Islamic policies and actions around the world, grabbing land for Islam appears to be the most important goal. Human welfare, family unification, prosperity, life, happiness and liberty etc fall much lower in priority.

What can we do? We are stuck with what we got.

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