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Jordanian-Palestinians

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Submitted by Sierraman (Jordan), Jul 22, 2012 at 13:50

I have met many people in my life who have certain issues with other people ... You say you met about 50 Jor-Pales. in Jordan, well, I met thousands in the years I spent there. They are peaceful people, highly educated, major contributors to Jordan, happy where they live and want to stay away from trouble . at least a good portion of them. Now, are you sure those you were dealing with were Jordanian-Palestinians? If you are an "Israeli", sure no one likes them in the Arab World.

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