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    • CJ
    • 22.03.10 | 20:04 (IST)

    "I believe it was offered and jordan vehemently said NO" Because it wasn't Jordan's. "How will the 20% Hashemite-Jordanian minority maintain rule over the 80% Palestinian after devolving a portion the controlled area to peoples who are of the 80%?" Uh? Only the people who lived in the region that became Jordan had a right to Jordanian citizenship. They are now Jordanian. What remained was the Palestinian non-state entity between 1946 and 1948. After Israel was split off, what remained was a non-state entity of Palestine. The UN did not implement corpus separatum and Israel did not declare sovereignty over any of Jerusalem. The status of the non-state entity of Palestine did not change. It remains today, the non-state entity of Palestine. "Jordan relinquished any and all claim in 1988 to Arafat. They were smart and realized the Palestinians were only a liability" Twaddle they were only a trustee. They handed over control, not claim.

    from the article: Abbas: Palestinian people have national right to resistance
    First published 15:01 22.03.10 | Last updated 15:01 22.03.10
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