Yup, prolly should, but I ain't easy to edumacate
Well, it's easy:
1. Send you into a Palestinian camp with nothing, no job and no hope to own anything of value, specially if it involves your next generation right to property.
2. If you need a job, which you will most likely not find within the camp then you might be hired as a day laborer in Israel if someone sponsors you and you get government approval to cross over.
3. If you have to work outside of your designated camp or want to go to school (for your edumacation) in another camp then you must endure sitting inline for hours and accept being humiliated by some kid in IDF uniform. Don't look them in the eyes, you're not worthy, and will be sent back.
4. If you happen to own some land and one day a barrier is splitting it or stopping you from reaching it, that is your fault for being a petulant squatter.
5. Should your trees be torn or your land confiscated to build kibbutzes or some form of collective settlements paid by the US federal government or churches within the US then your objections will be elevated to terrorism and refusing to comply to resolutions vetoed by the US and Micronesia.
6. Should you have family that lives outside the occupied territories (They ain't really occupied, they're Jesus Land) and want to return or visit you, don't even count on it, you're not human and neither are they. You have no right to return, property or any claim.
7. When you hear the bulldozer near your shack, just hand in your keys so you will not be in trouble for opposing progress. You're just not part of it!
The list goes on but I am sure that they deserve this treatment. Someone will shortly tell us why.