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  • They should return

    They are originally from there. They had and have lived there for generations. Palestine belongs to them like Switzerland belongs to me and all other Swiss. I see no reason why Jews should have a right to "return" and palestinians not. Palestinians are humsn beings with rights. They have a right to live in freedom in their own land!

  • Palestinian refugees do have a right of return.

    Palestinian refugees do have a right of return. They have a right to the land called Israel just as much as the Israelis do. They should not have been kicked out of their land in the first place, but they should certainly have a right to return to their land.

  • Time to End the Violence

    Israel should make pacifist moves towards Palestine as a show of good faith to try to end the decades-long conflict that consumes much of the Middle East. Returning refugees to Palestinian-held territory is one way to facilitate the peace process, whether they are from Egypt, Syria, Lebanon or Jordan. Israel needs to move away from the police-type state at its borders to foster peace in the region.

  • No formal right

    Moreover, there is probably no precedent in international law for forcing a country to banish hostile belligerents, and there doesn't seem to be any applicable provision in any UN or Hague statute. In 1947, India and Pakistan formed two states, and exchanged populations on a mass scale. No right of return was ever claimed. Turkey absorbed ethnic Turks from Bulgaria, and Finland absorbed Finns displaced by the Russians when Finland ceded territory to them. No formal international legal right of return for Palestinians There is no formal mechanism in international law to demand repatriation of refugees and their descendants in general, or Palestinians specifically. No international legislation, binding UN resolutions or agreements between Israel and the Palestinians require this.

  • No formal right

    Moreover, there is probably no precedent in international law for forcing a country to banish hostile belligerents, and there doesn't seem to be any applicable provision in any UN or Hague statute. In 1947, India and Pakistan formed two states, and exchanged populations on a mass scale. No right of return was ever claimed. Turkey absorbed ethnic Turks from Bulgaria, and Finland absorbed Finns displaced by the Russians when Finland ceded territory to them. No formal international legal right of return for Palestinians There is no formal mechanism in international law to demand repatriation of refugees and their descendants in general, or Palestinians specifically. No international legislation, binding UN resolutions or agreements between Israel and the Palestinians require this.

  • Why the fuck you lyin

    We dont have the right of return because people said that that that that that that that that that that that that that that that that that that that that that that they went out of their land because they were really really really really really really really really stupid.


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