“Palestinian” Refugee Status Was Easy to Obtain

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  1. Jak says:

    This website is depeissrctful and disgusting.I’m a proud Jew, and what you did at the GA leaves such a disgusting taste in my mouth.You can think whatever you want, but don’t you have any respect for where you were or Netanyahu at all?Do you think he listened to you, or cared at all? He could actually care less about you screaming and going on in a very important speech. Your lack of professionalism actually makes people not want to listen or work with you. You looked like a bunch of babies screaming out there who had to have your mommy and daddy take you out. Too bad they couldn’t put you in timeout where you belong.I have no problem with you going about your cause in a PEACEFUL manner (since that’s what you preach after all). It just all seems a bit hypocritical.And, oh yea- Palestine is not a state- Please don’t call it that. It’s Israel. When Palestine is a country, you can refer to it as such.Good luck with your efforts. Thank you.

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