had a right to become Jordanian. Those folk who weren't, were Palestinians until 1948, when some became Israeli. Post '48 those still in what remained of the non-state entity of Palestine are Palestinians. They have no right to become Jordanian unless they immigrate. I'm guessing they'd rather stay on their home turf though, just like many of those Palestinians who're now Israeli's.
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from the article: Who will a Palestinian boycott of settler economy really hurt?