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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

More than a million would like to leave

According to a recent survey, more than 1,000,000 'Palestinians' would leave Judea, Samaria and Gaza, and move elsewhere, if they were allowed to do so.
The latest PSR poll asks Palestinian Arabs:

Do current political, security, and economic conditions lead you to seek emigration abroad?

37% of Gazans, and 24% of West Bankers, say either that they "certainly seek to emigrate" or "seek to emigrate" from the territories.

That comes out to some 1.1 million Palestinian Arabs who do not want to stick around.

Now, imagine what would happen if they were free to emigrate to any Arab country they wanted. After all, the Arab League encourages its members to have liberal naturalization policies for Arabs from any Arab state - except Palestine.

The reason given by the Arab leaders for this explicitly discriminatory policy is that they are helping to preserve Palestinian Arab unity - by keeping them in a stateless limbo. But has anyone asked the Palestinian Arabs themselves what they want to do?
Of course not. But read the whole thing.


At 4:51 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Don't let the door hit you ....

No, actually I take that back. The reality, the shame of this, really is the fact that those who wish to leave are likely the better ones - the ones who don't care to fight or strap explosive belts to their kids, but who simply want to live (like most people) in peace and freedom. Its the rest that should be invited to leave, and Israel will do just fine with only those that currently wish to leave.


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