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    • Amir Flesher
    • 23.01.07 | 01:30 (IST)

    I'm having trouble determining whether or not this post is for real or not. If this man was indeed in the intelligence of the central command, no wonder Israel is in such the mess it is in today with the occupation. His points are so absurd they are not really worth a response, but being that he seems to have a devoted following here we go: 1) Jordan is a Palestinian State: UHHH, that's just not true. Many Palestinians fled to Jordan when they were driven out of what is now Israel in 1947-48 and thus ended up there. And your point is... 2)There are no Palestinian people. If this is true, then how is Jordan a Palestinian state? Beyond this, the point is simply laughable. It's basically trying to solve the problem of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by pretending that one side doesn't exist. Presto! 3) The West Bank is a security buffer. Uhhh how about the fact that Israel is at peace with Jordan? From what do we need a buffer exactly?

    from the article: The State of Judea
    First published 00:00 22.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 22.01.07
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