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The only solution for the Palestinian problem is dividing the land in two

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Submitted by Abe Bird (Israel), Mar 2, 2009 at 08:52

Not 3 or 4 but two.

Jordan, aka the eastern part of Palestine, should be the Palestinian Arab state which it's Capitol is Amman. You have to remember that 85% of the Jordanians are Arab Palestinians, and the Kings' family and his Beduins are Hashemite Beduin tribes from middle - western Saudi

Arabia.

Israel, the state of the Palestinian Jews, should control and dominant the western part of Palestine, and with its Capitol Jerusalem. The border between both states will be the Jordan River.

Arabs and Jews will live where as they live today and the Arab refugees' problem will be settled within the Arab Palestinian state with the help of other countries, including Arabs' and Israel.

Arabs in both states will vote to their national Parliament in Amman. Jews in both states (if Jews will move to live in now-Jordan) will vote to their national Knesset in Jerusalem. That will make sure that Israel will stay a Jewish state no matter how many Arabs will live inside the land. If military clashes and terror actions continue, Israel always can evacuate and transfer Arabs from the western to eastern part of the Jordan River, with or with out the Jordanian Palestinians approval.

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