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Roger Farinha

Founder, New American Spring

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Should Israel go all out?

Israel clearly exists as a nation on the basis of its claim to have been given its traditional land borders by the revelation of the one true God. Compromise therefore doesn't make sense. "In for a penny, in for a pound." Should Israel just chuck in its tiptoeing around the various international and Arab demands, take its original borders, and let its very existence rest on the promise of God? To me, this is the only rational option, given the very identity of the Jewish people. What say you?

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    Nov 22 2012: Surely if a parcel of land is going to be awarded to a group of people based on some birth rite there needs to be some requirement of proof of identification. There should be obvious genetic markers in mitochondrial DNA or y-chromosome markers if the citizens of Israel are truly of the one people.

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