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Separation of Jews from Arabs on the basis of citizenship

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Submitted by Mark Shor (Israel), Jul 11, 2022 at 08:10

How to save Israel for the Jews?
1st step > Constitute an unified non-Israeli citizenship for all 6.5 million Palestinian Arabs.
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At the end of the 20th century, another Arab state arose in Palestine on the territory of Samaria and Gaza.
There is no room for Jews in this apartheid Arab country.
Jews from Israel cannot get there even as part of tourist groups.
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The demographic expansion of millions of Arabs in Palestine can be stopped and even reversed only if Jews stop giving Arabs work, benefits, health service, education, judicial protection, representation in the Knesset.
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120 years of living of two peoples on a narrow strip of land, in conditions of constant conflict, proved that Jews and Arabs cannot and should not live in one country. Every nation must live in its own country.
This is the essence of the UN decision on the partition of Palestine.
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Jews in Israel are the only people who have voluntarily fed millions of enemies for over 70 years.
Jews and Arabs can't live in a mutual state and must disperse, like Greeks and Turks.
The winner in a war does not give his land and citizenship to the defeated enemy.
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A two States solution is meaningless
without changing citizenship of Israeli Arabs.
Jordan has revoked its citizenship from the Palestinian Arabs.
Israel must do the same.
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Separating peoples on the basis of citizenship is the most rewarding.
Checked in the past by:
Greeks - Turks, Hungarians - Austrians, Czechs - Germans,
Lithuanians - Russians, Irish - British, Serbs - Croats and so on.
6.5 million Palestinian Arabs have no rights to choose for themselves a comfortable citizenship.

It is necessary to initiate a referendum on the issue:
Separation of Jews from Arabs on the basis of citizenship
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Citizenship ✡️ of a Jewish State - for Jews <-//->
Citizenship ☪️ of an Arab State (without an army) - for Arabs.

The party that will organize a referendum will double its attendance in the Knesset.
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After 2 million Arabs become citizens of their state (without an army), they will pay taxes ( income tax, health care tax, pension tax, national insurance tax, etc.) - in Ramallah.
All local Arabs will elect a parliament in Ramallah.
Gradually all Palestinian Arabs will be absorbed in Ramallah, Nablus, Jenin, Hebron, Jericho, Abu Dis, Tulkarem, Bethlehem, Gaza etc.

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