Who is Palestine to

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subhajit123

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Is the following sentence grammatical?

'There is no intolerance in Israel. Who is Palestine to interfere in Israel's matter.'

Can I use 'who' in the context to refer a country?
 

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Yes, but you need 'affairs' or 'business' instead of 'matter' and a question mark at the end.
 

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Yes, but you need 'affairs' or 'business' instead of 'matter' and a question mark at the end.

Is it correct now? There is no intolerance in Israel. Who is Palestine to interfere in Israel's affairs?
 

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