It is hard to take someone's thoughts on the Arab-Israeli conflict seriously when their 'arguments', more or less, consist of finding 'imposing' words and phrases to toss at Israel and hoping that no one questions the usage of such vocab. So it is with the vast majority of anti-Israel propagandists and their love affairs with 'apartheid', 'genocide', 'ethnic cleansing', 'occupation', 'illegal (fill in blank).' The problem with such arguments, is that these words--above the vast majority of others--do have concise, well-established and recognized, definitions that are usually the product of international conferences. And the "Palestinians", who have quadrupled in population since the conflict started and enjoy one of the highest human growth rates of any population on earth (3.4%/annum), hardly fit into the definition of 'ethnic cleansing', by any stretch of the imagination. The victims of 'ethnic cleansing' are the Mizrahi Jews everyone would like to forget when they rant about the Palestinian 'Right of Return.'