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    • 04.12.09 | 12:06 (IST)

    and killed and drove out all the Jews, WB became essentially Jordan. When Israel took WB back and drove out the Jordan military, it became .... No, it became Israel. To do what is wants with it. Israel is willing to give a lot of it to the Arabs, but not all. That seems more than fair, considering all the hostilities against Israel for 60 plus years." If we do follow that line of argument, then from 1967 onwards it should have treated the West Bank and Gaza like a part of Israel proper, and include the Arab residents in the general population of Israel. Israel cannot have both a Jewish majority and a Palestinian State as its neighbor at the same time following your logic. And let's not talk about hostilities on the Israeli side against its neighbors, as well - starting with that little covert war in Suez, courtesy of its alliance with France and England. Early evidence of more land grabbing, some could argue.

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