Oy vey. No one disputes that "Palestinians" are human beings. They are not imaginary. It's the name: "Palestinian" that is made up. They are Arab Muslims and their descendants in what is now Israel that chose to leave when The State of Israel was created in 1948 and after Israel's territory increased after The Six Day War in 1967. The Arabs left Israel at the invitation of their Arab "brothers" (neighboring countries) to join an united Arab effort to drive the Jews into the sea and undo The State of Israel. They have repeatedly failed in that effort. Now these displaced Arabs live in massive refugee camps, resented by their fellow Muslims in whose country they are located, are dependent on foreign aid (including $300 million annually from Israel), multiply like cockroaches and are indoctrinated in Jew-hate/Israel-hate rhetoric cradle to grave.
Despite what Arab history revisionist would like the world and the displaced Arabs believe (more than half of them were born after 1967), displaced Arabs were not forced to leave their homeland. They left voluntarily at the urging of their Arab brothers to return and wage war on Israel. Those Arabs who remained have full Israeli citizenship and enjoy a standard of living way beyond that of the displaced Arabs who chose to leave.
So what if Gingrich met Arafat? No one disputes that he existed as an incredibly corrupt leader of the the displaced Arabs.
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