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Why bigoted "palestine-activists" don't really want a Palestine Arab State

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Submitted by Lilian (United States), Jan 6, 2023 at 12:46

You could add to that: Hatem Bazian (founder of SFP etc. laced with Hitlerism nodding propaganda al over campuses, for years) and the likes.

I mean , they would be lost if there were to be a Palestine Arab state. As much as it is an absolute nightmare for those bigoted Arab "human rights" propagandists like Omar Shakir (abusing the Hrw).

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