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Fed up with their self-inflicted misery

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Submitted by Michoel Zeldis (United States), Jan 22, 2003 at 20:29

There you have it. Yes the Jordanians in exile are fed up with their self-inflicted misery. However, no where in the article did I read that the Jordanians in exile have come to accept the right of Jews to have their own country in the Middle East. That is the bottom line. The Jordanians in exile would be all to glad to continue if they thought it would make their life better.
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