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Two States - Greater Israel for the Jewish people and Jordan for the Arabs and 120,440 sq. km. formerly Jewish land in Arab Countries

Reader comment on item: Ending the Palestinian "Right of Return"
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Submitted by YJ Draiman (United States), Jul 13, 2015 at 17:19

Two States - Greater Israel for the Jewish people as guaranteed by International law and treaties after WW1 and Jordan that was originally part of the territory allocated to the Jewish people under 1920 international treaties and Jordan has 75% of its people are Arab-Palestinians and the 120,440 sq. km. or 75,000 sq. mi. (5-6 times the size of Israel and valued in the trillions of dollars) the Arab countries confiscated from the million plus Jewish families they persecuted and expelled from Arab countries and confiscated all their assets valued in the trillions of dollars.

That should settle the refugee problem once and for all.
But the Arabs will not be satisfied until they get all of Israel without the Jews and they do not hide their intention.

YJ Draiman


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