Should Palestinian homosexuals who would face discrimination or even death in Palestine be allowed to immigrate to Israel or claim asylum without being seen as enemy combatants?
We live I times today where we think we use "Why should we?" "look what they have done to us" or "they don't owe them anything". How about simply because it's the right thing to do.
Nope. Why should Israel let them in? They owe them nothing.
It would be a humanitarian statement and a humanitarian effort on some level, no?
I suspect Israel has been kind enough to the Palestinians, considering how the Paleosimians have been treating them.
While I agree with that, may I ask what it depends on for you?
So many factors that I will fail to mention all of the factor. For starters, sexual orientation has nothing to do with my decision. Let me look at the question again before I continue.
Okay...secondly, Israel should not treat this as if this a unique situation. They should stick with their recluse protocol, whatever it is, while handling this situation.
I'm surprised that you're in favor of this.