Should Israel give back the land they took from Palestine?

By Anonymous . Created on Jan 13, 2020
Current Affairs 542 votes | 22 Comments
Yes

Yes

No

No

Hell no!

Hell no!

It's complicated

It's complicated

No Politics, please

No Politics, please

By Toad
on Jan 14, 2020
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Yes
Antinera said on May 6, 2020
Israel wants Palestine's land, but NOT its people. Land ownership in Palestine: 1880-1948.
No
Ana said on Feb 12, 2020
Nope
Hell no!
Bob said on Feb 10, 2020
nope, they should both mix interracially/ interethnically until they can’t tell each other apart, both came from Abraham anyway.only Jesus can fix this issue, not man.
It's complicated
Kelly said on Jan 22, 2020
Don't know what to say
Hell no!
Anonymous said on Jan 21, 2020
I'm seeing a trend here with these questions - - - Liberal to the max - -
Yes
Rachael said on Jan 20, 2020
Hell no
Milan said on Jan 17, 2020
Nope! All that land from Lebanon to the Tigris and Euphrates River was promised by God to Abraham and the descendants of Abraham over 3000 years ago before Palestine, the Crusades, and Mohammed himself! It is called the Abrahamic Covenant for the Children of Israel or the Jews! The main premise of the covenant was I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you all referring it to the children of...
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Anonymous said on Jan 20, 2020
An alleged covenant with God has no more standing today than it did 3000 years ago. Faith does not make good foreign policy.
Milan said on Jan 21, 2020
Your alleged covenant forms the basis for Jewish migration and claims to the Holy Land! Also the facts are when Jewish people are persecuted by evil aggressors the curse or payback upon those aggressors will be forthcoming! Witness-- Nazi Germany, tzarist Russia, Egypt under Pharaoh persecution, etc, etc! Promises made promises kept!
Anonymous said on Jan 17, 2020
Israel didn't take the land from Palestinians; it was given to them by the English who won it from the Palestinians by conquest (and precious little resistance). As to whether they should 'share' it . . . well that options been rejected by both repeatedly.