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Jordan rejects Israel’s decision to displace thousands of West Bankers
Jordan rejects Israel’s decision to displace thousands of West Bankers
Jordan on Monday rejected Israel’s military decision to exile thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank at the pretext that they are not from its native residents, warning of any unilateral action in the occupied Palestinian lands.
Tuesday, April 13,2010 09:46
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Jordan on Monday rejected Israel’s military decision to exile thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank at the pretext that they are not from its native residents, warning of any unilateral action in the occupied Palestinian lands.

Jordanian minister of information Nabil Al-Sharif said that the Jordanian ministry of foreign affairs conducted intensive contacts with Israeli officials through its embassy and asked for clarifications about this military order that was reported by the media.

Sharif added that the Israeli foreign ministry denied that such a decision was issued.

He stressed that the Palestinians have the right to live anywhere on their national soil.

tags: IOF / IOA / Jordan / Displace West Bankers / Nabil Al-Sharif / West Bank
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