Thank you, Amria Hass, thank you, Dror Etkes. In 2005, I attended a talk in Efrat with a group of American tourists. Four residents, emigrants from Australia and the US, told us that the place for Palestinians was in Jordan, not in the West Bank. So, foreign settlers can advocate for the transfer of people who have lived in their area for many generations. It's as simple as that. They want all the land and by any means. Nothing seems to be stopping them from getting it.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)