c: "pre 1967 there was Jordan in the West Bank and East Jerusalem and Gaza was part of Egypt." Jordan was "in" the West Bank, but nobody recognized that the West Bank was legally the sovereign soil of Jordan. And Egypt NEVER claimed that Gaza was a "part of Egypt" i.e. Egypt never pretended to be anything other than an Occupying Power. c: "Do Egypt and Jordan want their territories back?" Egypt never pretended that it was ever "her territory". Jordan has now stopped pretending that it was ever "her territory". That leaves only two claimants, and only one of them is actually claiming that the territory belongs to them. The other "claimant" is merely insisting that territory must be ceded to it if this occupation is ever going to end. That is a subtle distinction (and the source of much confusion) but it is an important distinction nonetheless.
Yemen's Houthi rebels commit to peace plan in letter to UN chief, BBC reports (Haaretz)
from the article: U.S. planning to restart Israel-PA talks based on '67 borders