Roo-38# You got it all wrong..'Jordan is Palestine' - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Akram Zekaria
    • 11.12.07 | 18:58 (IST)

    is a fact of history. It is also'a mistake of History'that it needs to be corrected like all other facts & mistakes in History.The similarity is; Serbia & Bosnia, Iraq& Arabs-Sunnis/Shi'at & Kurds,the USSR which was disintegrated into different repubics over night.All these are facts of history and history corrected itself.Jordan was not there before 1922.Today 50% of Jordan are Palestinians & 100# of Jordan is Palestine. In Black September 1970 the Palestinians raised to take their land.They failed but not for ever.A day will come when the Palestinians will have another try and history will correct itself.If it wasn't for the election system in Jordan almost a month ago,Jordan would have been in a different regim today.All Arab countries will see changes in the next10 years and that include Jordan.Read 'Palestine Facts'. Jordan is Palestine and it will be Palestine one day.The present conflict was made difficult because the land was already divided.

    from the article: The new post-Zionists
    First published 00:00 11.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 11.12.07
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