67 were armistic lines not borders and Jordan would be the client - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • JO
    • 16.12.09 | 09:41 (IST)

    the 67 lines were made by war brought about Arab armies. Until then Jordan was the main ruler of the land (48-67), Egypt ruled Gaza. 48-67. All domains won in the war of 48. War changed everything, so to ask for such lines = which were never borders but armistice lines is stupid. Is Egypt asking for Gaza back? Jordan for it's area? The PA never won anything and relies on western aid for everything and when given the change could not even build and showcase their abilities as when they had Gaza, Israel will be fair and just but the PA and it's internal problems - division in ideology and strife such as in Gaza where they were brutally ousted by their fellow Muslim brothers, gives us no hope at all and no reason to trust them.

    from the article: U.S. planning to restart Israel-PA talks based on '67 borders
    First published 02:04 16.12.09 | Last updated 13:35 16.12.09
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