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Monday, April 22, 2013

Did anyone ask the 'Palestinians'?

Hamas has turned down an offer from Canada to absorb 120,000 'Palestinians' and give them Canadian citizenship.
Hamas movement renewed its affirmation that the right of return for Palestinian refugees to their homeland from where they were forcibly evicted is a sacred right.
It said in a press release on Friday that no power on Earth could revoke that right, adding that the Palestinians were forced to live in other countries on temporary basis and would never relinquish the right of return.
Hamas was responding to statements attributed to Canada’s Foreign Minister John Baird that his country was ready to absorb 120,000 Palestinian refugees where they would be granted Canadian citizenship and live there forever.
Hamas said that it absolutely rejects all solutions tabled by Israel and other international parties to dissolve the Palestinian refugees’ rights and asks all international parties to stop such “suspicious attempts” that only serve Israel and its schemes and deepen the Palestinian people’s suffering.
I wonder if anyone bothered to ask 120,000 'Palestinians' whether they'd like to move to Canada. I'd bet an awful lot of them would like to move. But most of the 'international community' will continue to back Hamas' quest to destroy Israel through the 'right of return' instead.

What could go wrong?

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At 6:29 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Bring 120,000 Palestinians in to Canada and you'll see a Canadian Jewish exodus within two years.


At 6:24 AM, Blogger Captain.H said...

Bringing 120,000 Palestinians to Canada is almost as insane and self-destructive as the US was in bringing hundreds of thousands of Somalis to the US. That was hundreds of thousands of welfare dependents, hostile to the concept of adherence and loyalty to civil society and unassimilable to any Western democracy.

At 6:32 PM, Blogger josef said...

Who asked the Canadian population?
How dare this lunatic leftist Government makes such an offer!!!


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