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Submitted by Yuval brandstetter MD (Israel), Aug 22, 2007 at 05:38

Saudi arabia does not allow Jews to reside in the Hijjaz, not does the regime allow Jews and Christians to own property in the Hijjaz. In that case. all Saudi ownership of property in the West should be banned untill full reciprocity is achieved.

The same can be said in Jordan. The sale of property to Jews in Jordan is punishable by death. Further, the sale of land west of the Jordan to Jews is punishable by death should the seller reside in jordan. By the same token all property ownership of land by Jordanian and erstwhile jordanian citizens should be illegal, and the land returned to the Sovereign.

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