# 55 shafeeka, very very old school, are you living in the 60's - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Rami H.
    • 03.04.10 | 15:30 (IDT)

    "Jordan is Palestine" come on Shafeeka, this is really old. No one in the world is buying this agrument now. You need to come up with something "more creative". It is very obvious that Palestinians need their own country and that they are ready to build it. Remember that they helped in building several modern and stable arab states. It is their chance to build their own "Palestine". Shafeeka, my friend, are you still living in the 1960's?

    from the article: Palestinian PM to Haaretz: We will have a state next year
    First published 01:07 02.04.10 | Last updated 11:44 02.04.10
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