2022.01.25 14:25 Repulsive_Mixture_68 So many times
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2022.01.25 14:25 PC-WELT DAZN verdoppelt die Preise auf bis zu 29,99 Euro
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2022.01.25 14:25 Biifolio [FOR HIRE] Commissions are open! Cute characters and portraits! DM me if interested!
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2022.01.25 14:25 PabloDesperados To takie smutne
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2022.01.25 14:25 _snorlex In search for React Native Open Sourced Apps implementing push notification.
Any open sourced React Native apps that has good implementation of push notifications? My team is actually struggling to get push notification working correctly in some state.
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2022.01.25 14:25 GrazingGeese It is cruel from Arab state hosting refugees not to naturalize them.
I'd like today to put forward the following argument: that Arab states hosting Palestinians are cruel to maintain them in a state of eternal refugeedom. Numbers I use I quote from Benny Morris and from the relevant wikipedia pages.
Context: during the 1947-1948 Israeli-Arab war, about 750'000 Arabs, roughly half of the Arab population of the Mandate, were uprooted from their homes.
Of these, about 2/3 ended up internally displaced: that is, they ended up within what's today internationally recognized as Palestine (West Bank and Gaza). The other third ended up in other Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and to a lesser extend Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
Today, there are 5.6 million refugees registered with UNRWA. The reason the number is so high is because children and grand-children and great-grand-children are also, quite uniquely, recognized as refugees. To my knowledge, no other refugees inherit the status indefinitely through the generations, but that's also not the subject at hand so let's move on.
1) First, I'd like to look at the 2/3 of internally displaced refugees: as mentioned previously, they ended up within their own country's land. Of course, at the moment of displacement, Palestine wasn't yet a country and the West Bank was soon to be annexed by Jordan and Gaza was controlled by Egypt. Today though, Palestinians consider the West Bank and Gaza to be inalienable parts of their country. The first question worth asking is why are those descendants of refugees, settled within their own country, still considered refugees? For all intents and purposes, those "camps" are cities of concrete, with plumbing, electricity, schools and healthcare, not much different from other cities, certainly not much different from the countless "development cities" that popped all over Israel to house their own refugees.
Let's compare the situation with neighbouring Israel: during the 1948 war, 80'000 Jews became internally displaced when they were expelled from areas under Arab control. Another 850'000 Jewish refugees were to be expelled from the Arab world, 680'000 of which moved to Israel. All of these Jews were just as uprooted, just as destitute as their Palestinian counterparts: when they arrived they were housed in tent cities and were just as much refugees. Yet Israel didn't maintain them as eternal refugees to be eventually sent back from whence they came: instead they were fully integrated and represent today more than half of the Israeli population.
2) regarding the remaining third who made their way to neighbouring Arab countries, the general policy was to park them temporarily in camps until victory prevailed on the Zionists so they could be sent back. Needless to say, victory never came and those Palestinians are still there. Their situation is by and large terrible. Let's look at the situation from best to worst:
In Jordan: most of the Palestinians have gained citizenship, leaving only 167'000 without. Usually, when you gain citizenship and your situation is legalized, you stop being a refugee, it's a wonder that 2 million Palestinians living there still retain the burden of the title.
In Syria: Of the 500'000 refugees present before the civil war, only some 200'000 are estimated to have remained, with many making the move to Europe or other Arab countries. They aren't allowed to own more than one home, buy arable land, generally lack any path to citizenship and their situation is bad enough that most opted to leave.
In Lebanon: I don't think I need to go much into detail, as that would be it's own post, but to simplify, Lebanon was never strong enough a state to be able to decide much of anything with regards to the Palestinians, who ended up constituting a country within a country.
In Saudi Arabia: Palestinians are the only group for whom there are no avenues to naturalization. All expats who have lived in the Kingdom for ten years can apply for citizenship, except Palestinians.
In Kuwait: 400'000 Palestinians lived there before the Iraqi invasion. Most of them ended up leaving or being expelled for their alleged complicity with the invading Iraqis. Today, only 80'000 still remain or have returned.
How other countries deal with refugees:
During the same years Palestinians were suffering their exodus, millions of others experimented the same throughout the world.
Let's look at some examples where refugees were resettled within a country of similar ethnicity, faith or culture:
Follwing WW2, about 20 million ethnic Germans were uprooted from areas they had lived in for centuries all over Europe, all of those who ended up in Germany became German citizens and immediately lost their refugee status.
During the Partition of India into India and Pakistan, 10 to 20 million people were uprooted from their homes and ended up as refugees in another country: none of them remained as refugees, as they were naturalized into their new country.
As already mentioned, Israel received hundreds of thousands of refugees, all were resettled as citizens.
An example of refugees being of different origin, culture or faith than the hosting country:
Following the Balkan wars, Switzerland hosted 50'000 refugees from Kosovo. They were in majority Muslim, from a very different country with a very different culture and spoke a different language. After a certain number of years, they all became Swiss citizens and their situation was regularized. They stopped being refugees, were adopted into their hosting country, became working citizens contributing to the country's workforce and have mostly well integrated.
To conclude, I would like to offer the following thought experiment: let's imagine an alternative world where instead of the Zionists creating a country in Palestine, a literal gate from hell tears the land apart, unleashing hords of demons led by Satan himself to take over the country, displacing in the process scores of refugees. The Arabs tried to valiantly fight back, but what can they do, it's Satan himself. We'll have to wait for the Mahdi to return and ride ahead of an army of angels to take back Palestine, but until then, what are we to do with the refugees, who share the same culture, religions and language as the countries that host them?
The answer would probably be the same as is the case now: Zionists are considered by many to be pure evil, yet no one within or outside of Palestine is looking to solve the refugee problem by doing the right thing which is to provide them with a path to naturalization and out of refugeedom. They mostly resolved to keep kicking the can down the road until the demise of Israel. If the Mahdi isn't to return to chase Satan out, or if Arab world won't manage to destroy Israel, then so be it, Palestinians are condemned by their own people to remain refugees forever.
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2022.01.25 14:25 crytoloover SafeMoon SWAP and Liquify BIG Update Incoming!
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2022.01.25 14:25 old_J_Roger Сегодня меня обвинили бы в клевете. Давид Гай и его заметки на полях собственных книг [Литература]
2022.01.25 14:25 Cayyrax029 Why are Bellingham drivers so bad?
I moved here 4 months ago for school and work. And so far I've almost been rear ended, T boned or cut off every day since. I've noticed the closer to downtown the more common accidents are. I live 5 minutes away from the city center and I hear crashes all the time. Just today coming from morning class a lady jumped the stop sign and I was 4 inches away from T boning her driver side, I only had time to stop cause I was going a couple of miles under the limit. The other day a bus also jumped a redlight and almost hit me and the rest of the car line while we were turning left on Lakeway drive. (I already sent a report to the Whatcom transit service). I dont think I have ever used my car horn as often as I do here. I'm lucky I have a dashcam, I think I'd be too scared to drive here without one. Am I going crazy or is this driving frenzy actually normal here?
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2022.01.25 14:25 Maleficent-Volume736 Why are all the big blocks scared to go to war right now?
The war with test was a joke. Why won’t the Chinese players go to war it’s plenty of them? Why won’t horde war with anyone?
Why is everything straight up dead war wise? It’s more people having Reddit wars than actual in game wars. Y’all are basically war dec’er the way y’all fighting right now just little skirmishes and bluing each other no one’s attacking the goons. Pl left the game almost half the vets have said fuck this game I’m going fishing it’s more exciting then this shit.
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2022.01.25 14:25 hoodirony000 Why I have become so introverted entering adulthood.
I remember till I was in 9th grade, I used to talk endlessly with my friends and we couldn't stop discussing things or say random shit and chill all the time. I wasn't conscious about conversation dying or ending back then, wheras now I have to carefully navigate topics and think so much about them in the brain what to say and how to say, even with my close or known friends, it gets pretty boring and convo. ends very quickly, if not given much effort.
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2022.01.25 14:25 Colnew1989 Found this bottle today!
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2022.01.25 14:25 Starry-Striped-Sky When I bought sneakers at the street market
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2022.01.25 14:25 M3F3DR0N Everyone at pandemic time (｡•́︿•̀｡)
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2022.01.25 14:25 Large-Wheel-4181 RE3 Reunion in DBD be like...
2022.01.25 14:25 Tobydumbo Irfan Siddiqui ‘rapes’ Hiralal’s minor sister, kills him after coming out on bail
2022.01.25 14:25 Oztravels This is a village in Spain, once submerged because of the construction of a dam, now exposed during 2021/22 drought.
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2022.01.25 14:25 Thaannakay Bored
2022.01.25 14:25 ThickKnots88 Roark and Rollout
Dang dudes ended 3 runs for me haha I can't seem to get lucky and get a machop zubat 3 times in a row and if you picked the burnt monkey your toast the power up punch is great but one count it one rollout and he's ko'd Not really looking for advice to beat I've made it farther just kinda venting
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2022.01.25 14:25 devjon22b My bf won’t let me leave
I’m trying to break up with my boyfriend who is 23 because he just doesn’t have his life together. He treats me well but He has nothing to offer. He keeps blowing my phone up and trying to guilt trip me into staying. He’s saying he’s so In love with me but it’s only been a month 🥴.
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2022.01.25 14:25 Dark-X Just finished it.
HHO Hill House > HHO Bly Manor
The LGBT story was forced. Classic Netflix.
Monoluges were boring
Dani/Gardenr's romance was very boring
Dani was dull, predictable, a here "horror" scenes were full of clichè jump sacres
Owen, Hannah, Henry, & Petwr were the best. Becs was good, too.
Best episode was #8, which funnily, is almost completely separate from the rest of the show.
HHOBM felt like a horror show written for lesbians and SJWs.
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2022.01.25 14:25 mona_mauve Cute lil card I designed for Valentine's day! Would love to hear what you think!
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2022.01.25 14:25 buff_bagwell1 Disembowel the Bourgeoisie, kids
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2022.01.25 14:25 mikaelfreit The Return of Godzilla (1984) 1942x2729
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2022.01.25 14:25 TeamWeedNFT MetaVerse Upvote
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