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Reader comment on item: Palestinians Taste a Dose of Their Own Medicine

Submitted by Yoven (United States), Nov 15, 2005 at 13:30

If the Palentinians make up most of the Jordanian polulation; then why don't they ask for a piece of Jordan and call it Palestine? Why don't all the Palestinians from Gaza and the West-Bank move to Jordan? It seems that the Palestinians do have a home and do have somewhere, where they can call home but unjustfully want to eat as much as Jewish & Christian lands as they can. Israel has done the greatest mistake since its creation, creating another Terrorist state which can lead to the destruction of the holy Jewish land. For Hamas, today its Palestine, tomorrow Israel and the future, just dark uncertainty.
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