The Syrian army is rapidly closing in on the rebels who are in control of the city, leaving a narrow corridor through which civilians are escaping on foot; Russian and Iranian support are tipping the balance in Assad's favor.01:04 06.02.16 | 1 comments
The flaw in your plan is that Jordan does not want to give Jews in its country any rights at all. The King of Jordan is being nice to Israel to get US money, but the Jordanian Parliament is firmly in the hands of Islamists, and the only right they are willing to give Jews is the right to a quick execution. But even if that were not the case, what right does the Kingdom of Jordan have to the West Bank (or Egypt to Gaza for that matter)? Jordan and Egypt lost the territories to Israel as a result of their own agression, therefore they have nno claim whatsoever to them and Israel is not only under no obligation to give them back, it is under obligation to ists own people to keep the territories to ensure that Jordan, at least, can never attack Israel again and that the next Arab leader(s) who decide to attack Israel will think twice for fear of losing some of their territory as Jordan lost the West Bank.