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Two-state solution education problem

Reader comment on: Israel Studies Grows on Campus

Submitted by Mark Bernadiner (United States), Jan 21, 2010 15:16

Two-state solution was implemented in 1922 when british administration of occupied Israel allocated more than half Israel territory to palestinian muslims and created Transjordan (now Jordan). Therefore, all so called "palestinians" must be relocated there. Enough stealing Israel land. Britain and Jordan must compensate Israel for stolen land and natural resources.

Ref: Jewish legal rights to Judea and Samaria

By Ted Belman | 12/08/09 | 06:19 AM EDT |

http://www.redcounty.com/jewish-legal-rights-judea-and-samaria/34610


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