Saudi journo: Palestinians who don't accept Israel should be deported

"After nearly 70 years of resistance and the loss of dozens of opportunities, the Palestinian issue must be eliminated," Al-Ghabin said.

By TZVI JOFFRE
April 17, 2019 23:26
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‘THEIR LEGACY, however, is not only a “peace process” that failed, the Oslo Accords.

‘THEIR LEGACY, however, is not only a “peace process” that failed, the Oslo Accords, but a policy which enabled and encouraged enemies dedicated to Israel’s destruction.’. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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"Palestinians who do not accept to be a part of the State of Israel should be deported to Jordan and other Palestinians in other countries should be naturalized, including Palestinians in the Gulf countries, with compensation," Abdul Hameed Al-Ghabin, a Saudi Arabian writer and political analyst, said in an interview on Saudi Arabian television.

"After nearly 70 years of resistance and the loss of dozens of opportunities, the Palestinian issue must be eliminated," Al-Ghabin said.



There's "no chance that everything will be changed for Jerusalem," Al-Ghabin continued. "It doesn't interest us what happens with Jerusalem as much as peace between the states interests us. We need to calm things down and make a true peace between the two sides."


The interview was part of an discussion under the title "The Palestinian Peace Deal: After 70 years the chances of a Palestinian deal are in dire condition."

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