Re: [sixties-l] rights of return territory sort of thing

Date: Thu Apr 12 2001 - 18:40:03 EDT

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    Do they settle on property TAKEN FROM Palestinians? Do they pay the
    former owners of the land? Is their access via roads blasted through
    Palestinian homes and villages? Is their legal status the same? Above
    all, who the hell asked them to come to the Palestinians' country in the
    first place? The settlers are not Holocaust victims. They weren't even
    born then.
                                    William Mandel


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