The Official Discussion Thread for who is considered indiginous to Palestine?

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Who are the indiginous people(s) of the Palestine region?

  1. The people who currently identify as Jewish, regardless of where they were born

    39.0%
  2. The people who currently identify as Palestinian, regardless of where they were born

    9.8%
  3. Any people who aren't Muslim

    7.3%
  4. Any people who aren't Jewish

    2.4%
  5. People of various religions, who's ancestors have lived there for hundreds of years

    65.9%
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  1. Shusha
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    The Jewish people had no original "home".

    Sure. Jews just cropped up like daisies all over the world. Miraculous.
     
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    Well, they did not originate in what is called Israel today.
     
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    You have GOT to be kidding me.
     
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    Of course they did not originate in this part of the world,they originated in what was Assyria they were part Arab part Jew
     
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    RE: The Official Discussion Thread for who is considered indiginous to Palestine?
    ※→ theliq, et al,

    I must be misunderstanding the conversation here.

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    That entire landscape changed hands many, many times.

    BUT! I believe that Solomon's Kindom (≈ 3000 years ago) Hebron was under his domain.

    Solomon's Kingdom.png Alternative Period.png

    Of course, it is possible I could be wrong. But I don't believe anything prior to 1948 makes any difference in how we deal with the contemporary Middle East.

    Most Respectfully,
    R
     
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    Hi Rocco,You are right on sentence one,right too on sentence two,with qualification,Soloman and his Tribe was not the original peoples of the area

    Three,debatable,who knows what the future brings.

    Trust you and yours are well Rocc...steve
     
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    Here is a history of Hebron

    The Ancient City of Hebron - TheTorah.com

    This thread is about who is indigenous to the area.
    Anti-Israel/Jewish groups, incited by the Arabs, want others to believe that there never was an Israel or a Jewish people living on the land so that they claim all of it as theirs and put an end to Israel.

    THAT is why this is important in the today's history.

    The rights of the Jewish Nation/People on their ancient homeland must be respected, like any other indigenous people on their homelands.

    No other indigenous people is having their indigenous identity and rights questioned, anywhere in the world.
     
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