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  1. chris
    April 26, 2012

    very educational…thank you

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  2. Donavon
    March 22, 2015

    The Israelis were not immigrants to Israel. They were forced to move due to the holocaust and discrimination. Israel and Palestine were neighbouring countries until Israel was forced to move or die.

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    • palestine
      May 3, 2015

      You are so off please rethink what you just said. Read my comment and enlighten yourself. You’re welome 🙂

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      • palestine
        May 3, 2015

        Welcome*

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      • Snail
        April 24, 2018

        That sounds rude. I just wanted to ask where you found that info.

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    • Nate F
      September 5, 2015

      LOLOL…Seriously!!?! Wooow, your more then a lil off on this one. Because of the Holocaust? Neighboring Countries? Education goes a Long Way these Days. And Knowing The Bible can Teach you Way More on the Truth

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  3. palestine
    May 3, 2015

    Okay this is so dumb because Palestine has barely any support to be able to get to a full state. The Israelis came in 1948 and tried to take most of our land and give a tiny bit to us when they had about 10,000 people and we had 462,465 people and they expected us to be okay with that??? If someone came to your home and took over and gave you 30% of you land do you think you would just agree to it? No, you would fight because they are oppressing you. The Jews had support because they had just gotten out of the holocaust so people felt bad for them. I get it but they shouldn’t be able to take another populations land because they were treated poorly. By the way Donavon you are so off, it is cringe worthy

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    • R
      February 14, 2016

      First of all, there is no “Palestine”. There never was. Palestine and Palestinians were never recognized by any nation, sovereign goverment or organization. Second, we never “took over”. We were given what is known as the ’67 territories and we were pretty happy with it. However, local Arabs unfortunately saw us as an invading force and attacked. The 7 armies of Arab and locals lost to 30 ill malnourished Jews with two broken kalachnikoves. If you would care to read a few speeches of that time, you’ll see the israelis’ were full of hope, while the arab’s were full of hate as they refused to accept the near-death Jews coming back to their historical homeland. The Arabs refused the “two nations, two countries” notion, and THAT is why we arrived to this situation.

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    • AllyCat
      August 11, 2019

      Thank-you. It’s all quite confusing to someone who didn’t attain a thoughtful education of Eastern peoples, their customs, cultures, or their lands. Just learned that Mecca was to be a lush land, and perhaps with terraforming the land can indeed be very lush with fruitful vegetation.

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  4. anonymous
    December 27, 2015

    I don’t get it. Is it Israel fighting Palestine or Palestine fighting Israel?

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  5. R
    February 14, 2016

    I wouldn’t say Israelis are “predominantly migrants”. Although technically, yes, they did migrate, historically it was not of their own choosing. Exiles, anti-semitism, riots, and the Holocaust all drove Jews away from their homes again and again until they returned to their homeland in Israel, after over a thousand of years of exile.

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  6. Becky
    November 18, 2016

    God gave Israel to Israel millinia ago. What anyone feels, thinks, wants, believes, screams, whispers, prays, simply does not matter.

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  7. Elizabeth
    December 21, 2016

    Abraham had two sons : Ishmael his firstborn and Isaac the second floor and God promised both to be great Nations and twelve princes shall come from them and they shall be fruitful and they shall multiply all the year but yet Yahweh God promise The Inheritance to be to Israel which is part of the 12 tribes of Israel to the sons of Noah and descendants Noah’s Three Sons Shem ham and japheth all descended from so when God says I’m the father of Abraham Isaac and Jacob they descended from Noah the three sons of Noah God will scatter and God will gather in the end Every Nation under one God under one language as part of the tree of life Jews and Gentiles would be together as one

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    • Carolyn Carter
      January 21, 2017

      Excellent! And thank you.

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  8. Olivia
    March 10, 2017

    As a jewish girl I find this to be well iasa way accurate. we did not take “your” land but simply earned it. We endured far more then can be explain and we deserve every square inch of Israel.

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    • Teri
      March 28, 2020

      I find it alarming to think that anyone OWNS the land. The land doesn’t belong to us, we belong to the land and while we are inhabiting it, we are merely caretakers. The whole scenario reminds me of children fighting in the sandpit… people need to learn how to share… whether you have been in a Holocaust or not, whether your culture and/or religion has been discriminated against or not! We all have an obligation towards the human race to treat and be treated with kindness. At the end of the day, we all have this in common…we are all human beings!

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  9. A
    April 3, 2017

    facts are facts. people also have their opinions. leave @palestine alone please and thank you.

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  10. nate collins
    April 30, 2017

    This was not useful, because i wanted to learn there differences, not there history

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  11. Adediran Bembijay
    November 12, 2017

    The Palestinians are unfairly treated. Injustice Anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.

    There should be a peace deal, to be championed by the United Nations, where all parties involved will be justly settled.

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  12. Ugo john
    December 10, 2017

    R u telling me that God could be so cruel to the state of Palestine n so just to the Israel ?
    If I die will I go to hell bcos I’m not an Israeli ?

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    • Em Em
      April 24, 2018

      That is taking things too far.

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    • Rodrick
      November 19, 2020

      Going to hell or heaven has NOTHING to do with one’s ethnicity or where they live. People go to hell for not believing in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, whether Jew or Gentile(John 6:40; 8:23-24).

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  13. Pensokiu
    March 4, 2019

    Wow… very confusing story but anyway I got a hints of Knowledge after reading this narration

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