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Submitted by yuval Brandstetter MD (Israel), Jan 7, 2009 at 03:52

Gaza being Egyptian is a likely outcome, because in the end, Israel will sever its ties to Gaza entirely, except as a recipient of Jewish ire for its bestial behavior.

As for jordan in the West Bank. that is ridiculous. Jordan is 80 percent Palestinian. The king is holding on by default, by Israel, by the West, and by sheer ruthlessness. The partiton of the West Bank into jewish and Arabs territory is already impossible, since 500000 Jews live beyond the old Green Line, and 1.5 million arabs live beyonnd the green line as Israeli citizens belligerent to Israel.

The only real solution is for Jordan to take on all the Arabs as jordanian citizens who can vote to the Parliament in Amman, as expats, and maintain residency in Israel all of which is the West Bank, as long as they adhere to Jewish rule. nationalist activity will require the returnm of the expats to thjeir homeland, east of the river. Anything less will maintain the blood shed. All expectations of arabs to be able to create an independent State West of the Jordan, or a province of the Arabs State, encourages blood-shed

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