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Submitted by david singer (Australia), Apr 4, 2006 at 20:25

.. if the boundary between Jordan and Israel is redrawn and sovereignty of the West Bank is divided between Israel and Jordan. It can work with Quartet involvement and adequate financial aid to rebuild the Arab occupied areas of the West Bank. Issues such as water, refugees and Jerusalem are already dealt with in the Israel- Jordan peace agreement. Jordan will end up with about 80% of former Palestine and Israel with about 20% - a two state solution that meets the needs of both Jews and Arabs living within the borders of former Palestine.
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