#53 Swiss (Dino) - In respect to what you have said: (1) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Gil
    • 28.06.07 | 20:21 (IDT)

    Swiss (Dino) Here is another way of resolving the problem, Get Jordan involved in the peace process, Make an agreement between Israel Jordan and West Bankers, In the agreement: 1. Jordan will get the west bank, and the west bank will be part of Jordan! 2. West bank will be will be known as a canton or province in Jordan, which will have the right to govern her people financially. 3. Jordan is in charge of security in the West Bank and at the new border between Israel and Jordan. 4. The west bankers will give up all their arsenal of weapons. 5. All police, army and armed organizations in the west bank will be disarmed. 6. West bank will be a demilitarized zone. 7. Propaganda against Israel, by media, schools, and TV is not allowed, as by rules of the state. 8. Israel will get back Hebron as a sign of trust (Land for Land, Peace for Peace). 9. Borderline is to be negotiable and won?t be according to the 67 borders. Continued ?

    from the article: No one to give them back to
    First published 00:00 28.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.06.07
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