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What about a replay of the 1967 crisis that led to war?

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Submitted by Buzz (United States), Jan 7, 2009 at 10:36

The assumption of control of the West Bank and Gaza by Jordan and Egypt respectively may be the least bad of the four mentioned options. However, it raises the spectre of a recurrence of a future military threat from Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Hezbollah, similar to what occurred the 1967 war. This threat may be more likely because of the vulnerability of the Jordanian and Egyptian governments to an Islamic/Jihadist. takeover.

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