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UAE Israel, Bahrain and UAE reach historic peace deal

Steven Gerrard

Steven Gerrard

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The question is different: would you care if Lebanon becomes an Islamic country? Would you care if we have 2 M Syrians in Lebanon ?

No you don’t care because you dont give a damn of these refugees. These refugees must either return to their countries or given citizenship in bigger countries.

Until then, Christians will support HA and no peace will be reached. Shiaa and Christians are in the same boat with regards to naturalisation. We can’t take them !!!

But as I told you before, Israel doesn’t want nor need peace with Lebanon as it would mean finding a solution for the Palestinians. It is Lebanon who needs more peace with Israel.

But how long can a nation survive based on injustice ? Especially if this nation is not believing in God like 99% of Jews who are feeling betrayed by God for sending his Son

Everything is linked and I believe that this situation will end up being solved and Israel needs to find a solution not Lebanon
Would you give them citizenship if they were all Christians?
 
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    vicking747

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    Would you give them citizenship if they were all Christians?
    Yes as there has been illegal naturalisation in 1994 giving citizenship to 400,000 Muslims.

    So now we need to rebalance the demographics in Lebanon otherwise the current National Pact is unsustainable
     
    Steven Gerrard

    Steven Gerrard

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    Yes as there has been illegal naturalisation in 1994 giving citizenship to 400,000 Muslims.

    So now we need to rebalance the demographics in Lebanon otherwise the current National Pact is unsustainable
    illegal naturalization? care to elaborate?
     
    zero

    zero

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    The question is different: would you care if Lebanon becomes an Islamic country? Would you care if we have 2 M Syrians in Lebanon ?

    No you don’t care because you dont give a damn of these refugees. These refugees must either return to their countries or given citizenship in bigger countries.

    Until then, Christians will support HA and no peace will be reached. Shiaa and Christians are in the same boat with regards to naturalisation. We can’t take them !!!

    But as I told you before, Israel doesn’t want nor need peace with Lebanon as it would mean finding a solution for the Palestinians. It is Lebanon who needs more peace with Israel.

    But how long can a nation survive based on injustice ? Especially if this nation is not believing in God like 99% of Jews who are feeling betrayed by God for sending his Son

    Everything is linked and I believe that this situation will end up being solved and Israel needs to find a solution not Lebanon
    LMAO your FPM is allied with every Islamist party in Lebanon.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    What will be the fate of palestinians? And arabs inside Israel? Is it sustainable on the long run for jews?
    "What will be the fate of palestinians?":
    It will either be what it is today - they will stubbornly continue demanding manna from heaven
    or thy will get better opportunity to move around the World.

    "And arabs inside Israel?" - what's wrong with their situation? Last time I heard 76.5% of them claim to be happy being Israelis.

    "Is it sustainable on the long run for jews?" - why wouldn't it be? What specifically are you referring to?
     
    Lebnaouneh

    Lebnaouneh

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    "What will be the fate of palestinians?":
    It will either be what it is today - they will stubbornly continue demanding manna from heaven
    or thy will get better opportunity to move around the World.

    "And arabs inside Israel?" - what's wrong with their situation? Last time I heard 76.5% of them claim to be happy being Israelis.

    "Is it sustainable on the long run for jews?" - why wouldn't it be? What specifically are you referring to?
    “The Arab population in 2019 was estimated at 1,890,000, representing 20.95% of the country's population. According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (May 2003), Muslims, including Bedouins, make up 82% of the entire Arab population in Israel
    From wikipedia :p


    If true, it will be a matter of time before sectarian problems start like in Lebanon
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    “The Arab population in 2019 was estimated at 1,890,000, representing 20.95% of the country's population. According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (May 2003), Muslims, including Bedouins, make up 82% of the entire Arab population in Israel
    From wikipedia :p


    If true, it will be a matter of time before sectarian problems start like in Lebanon
    "The Arab population in 2019 was estimated at 1,890,000, representing 20.95% of the country's population."

    Because absolute population numbers are constantly changing lets ignore this part "1,890,000" and instead concentrate only on this part "20.95%".

    Please, could you show this number as it was in years 2009 through 2018.
    If you do not like 10 years window feel free to make it bigger still, but make sure you do not skip years.
     
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    Lemon

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    Jordan will become Palestine. It's already like 80% Palestinian.
    Unlikely. Jordan stopped giving automatic citizenship to Palestinians for a reason, and that was 40 years ago. There is no way they'll volunteer to take the burden of extra five million just out of the goodness of their hearts.

    My guess for the most likely scenario is some sort of deal with Egypt to relocate and resettle the Palestinians in Sinai desert. It's almost as big as the whole country of Jordan, is mostly empty, and won't make a big dent in the demographics as Egypt has ten times the population of Jordan. And it's contiguous with Gaza.
     
    Lebnaouneh

    Lebnaouneh

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    "The Arab population in 2019 was estimated at 1,890,000, representing 20.95% of the country's population."

    Because absolute population numbers are constantly changing lets ignore this part "1,890,000" and instead concentrate only on this part "20.95%".

    Please, could you show this number as it was in years 2009 through 2018.
    If you do not like 10 years window feel free to make it bigger still, but make sure you do not skip years.
    Interesting, they seem to maintain a stable percentage
     
    Muki

    Muki

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    Unlikely. Jordan stopped giving automatic citizenship to Palestinians for a reason, and that was 40 years ago. There is no way they'll volunteer to take the burden of extra five million just out of the goodness of their hearts.

    My guess for the most likely scenario is some sort of deal with Egypt to relocate and resettle the Palestinians in Sinai desert. It's almost as big as the whole country of Jordan, is mostly empty, and won't make a big dent in the demographics as Egypt has ten times the population of Jordan. And it's contiguous with Gaza.
    Tomayto, tomahto
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Interesting, they seem to maintain a stable percentage
    I do not know if you ever heard of Arafat's uterus - idea was to overwhelm Israel population with Arab babies.
    The result was quite interesting - Israeli Arabs did not hid the advise, but WB and Gaza Arabs started procreating like rabbits.
    Of course, numbers of WB and Gaza Arabs are irrelevant to the subject at hand, but now they cannot be annexed due to their huge numbers.
    Talk about self-defeating policies.
     
    NewB

    NewB

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    What will be the fate of palestinians? And arabs inside Israel? Is it sustainable on the long run for jews?

    The deal of the century details were published a few years ago.

    Palestinians will live under the new israel. If they refuse they will use economic sanctions to force them.

    The palestinians in foreign countries will be sent to new regions if the hosts refuse them. If the host countries refuse peace (Lebanon, Syria etc..) they will make the governments and people "beg for food". Which is what is happening now :)
     
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