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Many believe the term Antisemitism means hatred against Jews, and don't realize that "Semitic" refers to the Jewish and Arab people together as one people. Please see Wikipedia definition of Semitic for more information.

The division between Jews and Arabs is recent, just from the last century. The historical justification is from fables written in the Old Testament, but has no physical corroboration or actual historical accounts outside of the Old Testament. These writings are exploited by powerful interest groups who profit off the division between Jews and Arabs.

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    One State Conference,
    March 3,4 2012

  • See the history - One-state solution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • See - L'Association pour un seul État démocratique en Palestine/Israël
  • See Ilan Pappé - History Professor graduate of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Prominent supporter of the One State Solution

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  • See The London One State Group ( - Challenging the Boundaries: A Single State in Israel/Palestine

  • See - For One Democratic Secular State in Israel/Palestine

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  • Latest News
    An Emerging One-State Israel-Palestine Reality
    By Rabbi John Rosove
    June 11, 2012

    Many moderate Palestinian and non-violent two-state advocates have come to the conclusion that a one-state reality with a one-person, one-vote democracy represents the best way for Palestinians to get their Palestinian state....
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    One state for Palestinians and Israelis
    By Ahmed Moor
    March 2, 2012

    Palestine and Israel are two parts of the same country — something those who have not been to the region may find hard to imagine. ...Moreover, one out of five Israelis is a Palestinian, and about one of every six residents of the occupied territories is a Jewish settler. ..The degree to which the country is a single, indivisible unit is sometimes underscored by the most mundane experiences. A Palestinian friend recently told me about being pulled over for speeding in the West Bank. The person who ticketed him was an Israeli army official....Yes, Palestine has been colonized out of existence, and the Israeli army is busy policing traffic.
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    The 'Iranian Schindler' who saved Jews from the Nazis
    By Brian Wheeler BBC News, Washington
    December 20, 2011

    Thousands of Iranian Jews and their descendants owe their lives to a Muslim diplomat in wartime Paris, according to a new book. In The Lion's Shadow tells how Abdol-Hossein Sardari risked everything to help fellow Iranians escape the Nazis.
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    Israel official: Accepting Palestinians into Israel better than two states
    By Zvi Zrahiya and Haaretz Service
    May 29, 2010

    Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin said Thursday that he would rather accept Palestinians as Israeli citizens than divide Israel and the West Bank in a future two-state peace solution.
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    Palestinians threaten Israel with 1-state solution
    November 4, 2009

    RAMALLAH, West Bank — The Palestinians should give up seeking an independent state and pursue a single country in which they would enjoy equal rights with Israelis, the chief Palestinian negotiator in Mideast peace talks said Wednesday.
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    New York Times Op-Ed
    The One-State Solution
    January 21, 2009

    Jews and Muslims are cousins descended from Abraham. Throughout the centuries both faced cruel persecution and often found refuge with one another. Arabs sheltered Jews and protected them after maltreatment at the hands of the Romans and their expulsion from Spain in the Middle Ages.
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    The One-State Solution
    From the magazine issue dated Sep 29, 2008

    The lack of progress, as well as the unmistakably expansionist reality on the ground and the growth in popularity of Hamas, have left little room for anyone seeking a positive future for Palestine. Except, that is, to rejuvenate the old idea of one binational, secular and democratic state where Jewish and Arab citizens live side by side in equality.
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    You Don't Mess with Zohan: Sandler all the way
    June 06, 2008

    Adam Sandler, who has proven many times that he can do obnoxious, comes across as sweet natured in this latest comedy, about an ultra-tough Mossad agent who fakes his death so he can pursue his dream, which is to go to New York City and become a hairstylist....He then flies to New York City and ends up working in a small hair salon owned by Dalia (Emmanuelle Chriqui), a beautiful Palestinian...."Here in America, we're the same," an Israeli immigrant says to a Palestinian. "We're just people trying to get jobs." A Palestinian terrorist signals his conversion to peace by confessing to Zohan that he really wants to be a shoe salesman. "I love shoes," he says, in a thrilling whisper.
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    Trita Parsi
    Treacherous Alliance
    2007, Yale University Press

    Khomeini [of Iran] issued a "fatwa," a religious decree, declaring that Jews were to be protected. Few Iranian Jews take Ahmadinejad's anti-Israel rhetoric seriously, and they point to the fact that little has changed for Iranian Jews under him. "Anti-Semitism is not an eastern phenomenon, it's not an Islamic or Iranian phenomenon -- anti-Semitism is a European phenomenon," Ciamak Morsathegh, head of the Jewish hospital in Tehran, explained. Iran's forty synagogues, many of them with Hebrew schools, haven't been touched. Neither has the Jewish library, which boasts twenty thousand titles, or Jewish hospitals and cemeteries. Still, Iran's Jews have not sat idly by. The Jewish member of the Iranian Majlis, or parliament (most religious minorities are guaranteed a seat in the parliament), Maurice Mohtamed, has been outspoken in his condemnation of Ahmadinejad's comments.
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    Tony Judt - British Historian descended from a line of Lithuanian rabbis, helped promote the migration of British Jews to Israel
    Israel: The Alternative
    October 23, 2003

    What if the binational solution were not just increasingly likely, but actually a desirable outcome?
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    The Guardian - UK - Comment
    A unitary Arab-Jewish homeland could bring lasting peace to the Middle East
    September 29, 2003

    By positing one homeland for both sides, the one-state solution not only does away with the conflict over history and mutual legitimisation, but has practical political implications as well. Both sides can maintain their "right of return" without this being at the expense of the other, and Israeli settlers would not need to be removed from where they are today. Jerusalem could truly become the shared capital of a unitary Arab-Jewish state.
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