Why Shouldn't the Settlers be Deported Instead of the Palestinians? Featured

By Gamal Khattab January 05, 2024 3175


What Does Deportation Mean?

Usually, when we hear the word "deportation" in Israel, we think about displacing Arabs from their homes and sending them away. But this time, it's a bit different. According to an article by B. Mikael, deportation means finding a way to transfer people without making them leave their homes or move their stuff. 

The Pros and Cons

 According to the writer, it could actually make Israel look good in the eyes of other countries. It might even help the country's economy by increasing the value of its currency. But of course, not everyone agrees with this plan.

Who Are We Talking About?

Okay, so who are the people that might be transferred? Well, the writer is actually referring to the settlers. These are a group of people who live in certain areas and have different beliefs than the majority. Some people think they're causing trouble and want them to leave.

Why Are They a Problem?

The writer compares these settlers to extremist groups in the Middle East and Iran. They believe that their beliefs are superior to others and that they can do anything to achieve their goals. The writer thinks they're a danger to the country and its values.

In the end, the writer sarcastically suggests that if anyone is worried about what will happen to the settlers if they're deported, they shouldn't be. They won't convert to a different religion or change their ways. 

Source: Haaretz