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But thanks to the nutty definition of "Palestinian", Jordan is a majority-Palestinian state

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Submitted by Anon. (United States), Jul 20, 2018 at 11:43

If only people would point out on television interviews that a Palestinian state is a Palestinian-majority state and that since Jordan is such a state, Palestinians already have a state, much bigger than Israel, right next to Israel. Then they should point out that it isn't only a Palestinian-majority state but that all of Jordan was originally the lion's share of the land that was marked on maps as "Palestine", so it's a "Palestinian state" both in terms of its population and in terms of its geography.

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