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Reader comment on item: Palestinian Statehood Is Acceptable ... Eventually

Submitted by Ilne Richman, May 21, 2017 at 07:13

Most Palestinians, another group of Arabs, bedouins, that wandered onto Israeli land, belong in Jordan. Solution: Jordan should be divided in half with one half given to Palestinians and one half to Jordan. Most of people living in Jordan are Palestinians. This is where the Palestinians, another group of terrorists, should be domiciled. The West Bank and Jerusalem belong to Israel, as per 1948, 1967 wars when Israel was attacked by all the Arab states. West Bank and even Jordan were part of Israel's land, 3000 years ago. King David paid for the City of Jerusalem passed on to his son,King Solomon. Israel has given up enough land, the Sinai and Gaza, Jordan, Lebanon. It is time for the Arabs to more to Jordan and set up their own state in Jordan.

The Arabs occupy 99% of the Middle East and certainly they can make room for a state for their Arab bretheren, the Palestinians. The Palestinians are terrorists and murderers who have maimed and killed thousands of Israelis. Time to bid them good-bye. .


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