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If the Iranians nuke Israel

Reader comment on item: Israel's Domestic Enemy
in response to reader comment: Israeli Muslims will never take money to move to majority muslim countries

Submitted by Octavio (Italy), Dec 25, 2006 at 17:43

I would still take that money, if I was a Muslim. If the Iranians nuke Israel, and they are thinking about it, there will be thousands of Muslims amongst the casualties. Of course, I hope a diplomatic solution will be found, but you know, the President of Iran is mad. He is even ready to kill Muslims who live in Israel. Some areas of Israel are Arabic and Muslim. Some cities are half Muslim. There are about 1million Muslims living in Israel. The Iranians are ready to kill those ones as well.

Anyway, forget about the Iranians. The politics of voluntary repatriation has been adopted by European countries before. France did something to that effect. I am sure that some Arab Muslims want to leave Israel and live in a Muslim country. Try to encourage their voluntary repatriation. Buy their flight ticket. Let them retire earlier if they move out of Israel. Give them incentives to go abroad and leave Israel for good. Trust me, it is going to work.


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