Monday, April 02, 2012

Ending the Palestinian Right of Return by Daniel Pipes

Amazing to me is the Oslo Accord would be the start of .... NOT. I did not trust Arafat THEN, and I would not trust him today if he were still alive.

However, the update that Mr Pipes added really adds to my amazement, especially in light of the current world events!! See below:

Ending the Palestinian "Right of Return"
 by Daniel Pipes
Between 1967 and 1993, just a few hundred Palestinians from the West Bank or Gaza won the right to live in Israel by marrying Israeli Arabs (who constitute nearly one-fifth of Israel's population) and acquiring Israeli citizenship. Then the Oslo Accords offered a little-noted family-reunification provision that turned this trickle into a river: 137,000 residents of the Palestinian Authority (PA) moved to Israel in 1994-2002, some of them engaged in either sham or polygamous marriages.
For the complete article:

http://www.danielpipes.org/10524/palestinian-right-of-return

Oh, and the update:

Jan. 18, 2012 update: An poll conducted by the Mina Tzemach Institute finds that an astonishing 83 percent of Israelis are against the Supreme Court's decision discussed above. Something fishy here.

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