"I think Israeli Jews have a right to stay" Well, if that means Palestinians of the Jewish persuasion who were legitimate inhabitants of Palestine prior to 1897 (when Zionists declared their hostile intent), then yes, there is such a right, and it should be transmissible.
If such a "right" includes any of the Zionist invaders (and offspring thereof) after their declaration of hostile intent to invade and subvert the sovereignty, then you think in complete contradiction with all civilized rules and with all international law. That would be thinking like, say, the Nazis about the settling of German in invaded countries, the Turkish occupiers of Cyprus, or like, yes, the Zionist invaders.
There is no such right. If and when the Palestinian people, including the entire Palestinian diaspora, decide by free collective deliberation, not under occupation or duress, to extend a gracious invitation to some of the invader offspring, they may then be able to stay legally --but not by virtue of any rights.
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