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Actually, it is four Palestinian States

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Submitted by Yuval Brandstetter MD (Israel), Jun 20, 2007 at 16:02

We have Hamastan in Gaza, Fatahland in Judea-Samaria, and Transjordan, designated for Arabs in the 1922 league of nations mandate that set all the borders of the middle east. The fourth is Arab-Israelland, which covers Israel inside the green-line. The Arabs have proclaimed their independence from jewish rule in november 2006 (the Addalah document) ,plus the application of the Jyzia upon the remaining Jewish population.

Moreover, the sec-general of the Labor Party was placed in his seat with Arab votes. That's like having Barack Obama being nominated by Ussama Bin Laden (or is this not so far fetched as I make it sound, heaven forbid!!). The only Nation delegitimized from having a country to call its own is the Jews, who are willing and able to go to the Chambers of Abu-Mazen, one of Munchen's architects, and kiss ass.

I guess sovereignty over the Holy Land is too much of a burden for the Jewish people. This episode may end soon in rivers of blood, as in Darfur, iraq and treblinka. Unless a miracle supervenes.

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