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Why the (so called) Palestinians want an Arab state

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Submitted by Prashant (India), Jan 7, 2023 at 05:10

Dear Readers, I think the answer to why the (so called) Palestinians do not really want an Arab state is very simple: It is much easier and more thrilling to play victims and kill and die in the process than studying the sciences, business, engineering and languages and doing start-ups to build prosperous societies. Islam has become a thoughtless automaton where the process is to advance Islam at all costs.

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