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Muslims can be given resident status but not the citizenship and voting rights ,etc because

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Submitted by Goga (India), Dec 22, 2006 at 14:06

First of all we can take Citizenship of Muslims living in Israel .

We can give them an identity card with status resident which will be renewed after every five years.

No citizenship , No Voting Rights , No more benefits .

Because the way they are waging a demographic war with using muslim women womb as weapons , they will soon outnumber Jewish Israelis and vote en masse to elect an Islamist Government of Islamic Movement in Israel . So only temporary resident status can be given , but NO citizenship to muslims.

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