"Hasn`t Jordan been revoking the citizenship of any person with Palestinian blood in their country." No. Impossible. The area that is now Jordan was a part of the non state entity of Palestine. Almost all it's citizens were Palestinian. (those who were from outside the area now known as Jordan, did not, as a matter of course, have the right to permanent Jordanian citizenship) Palestine refugees who'd been granted temporary citizenship are losing that temporary citizenship. See Jordanian Law http://www.unhcr.org/cgi-bin/texis/vtx/refworld/rwmain?docid=3ae6b4ea13 Article 3.
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