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Jordan is Palestine

Mudar Zahran

Mudar Zahran

Palestinian Leader Mudar Zahran Addresses the Israel Sovereignty Conference.

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27 Responses to “Jordan is Palestine”

  1. Omar A. Omar says:

    USA and UK are responsible and must pay for their mistake, they inserted an illegal state in the ME which is Israel making the ME unstable and full of terror and violence and it will keep so as long as ISRAEL exist, Palestine must be freed and occupation ended as a first step to create peace environment in the ME . USA and UK are responsible for all Israeli crimes as much as Israel is since they always support Israeli Aggression’s.

  2. Guy Peters says:

    الأردن فلسطین Jordan is falasteen ,” palestine”
    Only after 1967 did mainly Jordanians start the ” Palestinian” label , as Israel was labeled ” palestina” by Romans & their European descendants :

  3. actually Palestinians consider Jordan as East Palestine, while what you call Israel is their East Palestine.

  4. Hank Essers says:

    Palestine was the name given by Romans of the area that includes todays Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. Hence my head shaking how stupid some are and talking about Palestine, guess they never had history classes.

  5. “Leader”?! LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

  6. http://i2.wp.com/booktravels.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/picture-of-the-week-petra-jordan.jpg

    This is also part of The Land of Israel which belongs to the Jewish people.
    Jordan is East Eretz Israel – and we have no right to yield this right!

  7. Omar A. Omar says:

    Melinda !!! if and only if you are beautiful enough i’ll do

  8. Palestinian are Jordanians

  9. Egyptians and Saudis? Hahahaha how did they land up in Palestine if they’re Saudi? And why does KSA treat Palestinians like **** if they’re the same?

  10. Ira Abramson says:

    Unfortunately all Arabs are poisoned against Israel. It is too late to change their minds to teach them love and tolerance. Oh well they still have suicide bombers.

  11. No,the Arabs living now in Israel,they came from Egypt,Saudi Arabia and few out of Yemen!

  12. Go Home,to where you came from!

  13. That’s where Palestine belongs.

  14. Of course it is even the so-called Palestinian flag is that of Jordan minus the star.

  15. Gene Strong says:

    Arabs / Muslims.do not.want peace with israel. They want another holocaust. ..stop trying to appease them…appeasement did not work on the nazis and it will not work on the muslims.

  16. מזכיר את.יוסי ביילין ?

  17. At last, a voice of reason

  18. hey where given land before what did they do with it>>>>>>>

  19. Uzi Kattan says:

    Jordan is NOT Fallustine which is a name the Romans gave the Jewish Land of Israel. The Arabs can’t even use an original name. Actually most of Jordan belongs to the tribes of Reuven, Gad and part of Menashe.

  20. Uzi Kattan says:

    Jordan is NOT Fallustine which is a name the Romans gave the Jewish Land of Israel. The Arabs can’t even use an original name. Actually most of Jordan belongs to the tribes of Reuven, Gad and part of Menashe.

  21. Uzi Kattan says:

    It’s true, most Arabs can’t pronounce the letter P. Even my former Arab neighbor in Michigan who came from Iraq was making fun of the Iraqis in southern Iraq who have the same problem. Maybe it’s because that when they pray to their allah, they bray being half donkeys.

  22. Allen Miller says:

    There is no such country as Palestine!

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