Ameer MarkhoulI am not an immigrant. I didn't come to Israel - Israel came to me.
Anonymous Galilean womanAt the street, or at the supermarket, people are supporting the killing of children. And we are living among these people.
Anonymous Palestinian-Israeli young man.
Hamas is struggling for the Palestinian people. I'm not supporting everything they do. But I'm supporting the struggle.
Found at the BBC.
The Nakba, the first phase of the Palestinian genocide (1949), left many natives still living within the borders of Israel (most just fled, many were killed) and these were granted citizenship. Nowadays they are 20% of Israeli citizens and growing. Some of these people's thoughts, people with an Israeli passport but who obviously belong to the native Arab Palestinian culture and ethnicity are those reflected above. Some politicians from this group are being forbidden to particpate in Israeli elections alltogether.