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Submitted by Henk Twerda (Netherlands), Jan 7, 2009 at 17:22

This is a good idea, but in my opinion a salution that gives Gaza also to Jordan is better. Jordan is in my opinion more reliable than Egypt, that has a very cold "peace" with Israel, that violates at least the spririt of the Camp David agreements. Israel should not give away the whole Westbank, but should keep part of it in their hands. If Jordan does is now at a moment that the anti Israeli terrorists seem succesful, it whould create a "stab in the back legend", so it can only be done after an Israeli victory.

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