1. you say Israel did the same to non-Jews. However there are 1 million Israeli Arab. How many Jordanian Jews are there today? 2. Israel had war status with Jordan before 1967. At that time Palestinian meant those who live in Palestine which included not only Arabs but, Jews, Christians Druze etc. It is a long story but Jordan's control of the WB also was illegal. 3. As you mentioned before 1967 Christians as well as Muslims could not worship in Jerusalem and this might sound equitable but today both Muslims and Christians can worship in Jerusalem. Not only equitable but better. 4. My Turkish teachers went there through Israel because it was the best way used by many. However the Al Aqsa was closed to all. And what is the problem with being in Israel for Turkish Muslim teachers visiting Jordan? Is this an excuse? Sounds more like shame.
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British defense minister would like to have a vote for military action in Syria this week (Reuters)
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