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    • Nadav
    • 15.04.07 | 06:37 (IDT)

    ...world regarding the Jordanian and Egyptian option for peace whereby Judea-Samaria and parts of Jerusalem come under Jordandian sovereignty, and the Gaza Strip under Eyptian sovreignty and the residents in these two areas, if they don't have yet, become Jordanian and Egyptian citizens respectively. This, as noted before, will enable, with the proper economic and financial insentives, Egypt to settle many of the residents of Gaza in the Sainai peninsula, and Jordan will be able to do the same withing its vast unsettled regions. In addition, this approach implies citizenship to all Palestinian Arabs in the Arab countries in which they reside prsently, and full responsibilities in addition to their full rights to Palestinian Arabs citizens of the state of Israel. Will the Arab world, that must agree to carry out this approach, do so? I hope, in light of the situation that has evolved in our region during the past ten years or so.

    from the article: PMO: Olmert, Abbas discuss nature of Palestinian state in Jerusalem meeting
    First published 00:00 15.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.04.07
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