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Monday, October 25, 2010

Irish 'Law of Return' even more extensive than Israeli one

Israel is often accused of being a racist country because the 'Law of Return' applies only to Jews. But many countries have laws of return that allow members of their diaspora to immediate citizenship by just coming and asking for it.

As it turns out, Ireland has a law of return that is far more extensive. All you need is an Irish grandparent. Your parents don't have to be Irish citizens (neither of them), you don't have to go to Ireland to get your citizenship, and once you have it, it can be passed from generation to generation.

But only if you had an Irish grandparent.

Read the whole thing.


At 7:30 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

And if you're a Catholic.

How many Irish Jews qualify?

But don't expect Israel's critics to make a fuss about it.

What could go wrong indeed

At 7:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ireland doesn't have to worry about terrorists. If Israel allows just anyone in, it is more than likely that terror will rise in Israel.

And plus, these complaints are falling on deaf ears, nothing's gonna change about Israel's Law of Return or anything else for that matter.


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