When will anybody delve into how does the plight of the arab in Yesha change? There is a border open to Egypt in Gaza and Jordan on the other side. The arabs in Yesha are fully reliant on Israel because they make themselves so, or keep themselves so, however you want to put it. It's easier to complain about Israel that it is to complain about Egypt and Jordan. They have no jobs, no opportunities for them? No they don't. When does the arab world take some responsibility? When does the arab world actively work to integrate them into their societies? When does the arab world grant them citizenship? When does the arab world look to improve their lot and stop using them as a tool against Israel. When does the dynamic change and we look for a way out of the quagmire? When do we admit that there is no way to be together on the same piece of land.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
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