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Well, voting is a legal matter. If you aren't legally part of a country, why should you vote in it?
Well, when you live in an area under military control by a power that won't recognize your state's sovereignty, and you commute to Israel every day for work for your entire life, yes you should be able to vote.
By your logic, all the US would have to do is declare minority neighborhoods in the US to be part of a different country to disenfranchise entire swaths of our country. No dice.
There's NO WAY you would tolerate a policy that granted citizenship to US residents based solely on their heritage.
I find it telling how willing you are to take the imperialist side of this argument.