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Jordan: The Peace Treaty With Israel Is A Strategic Choice And Source Of Strength For Us; It Is The Palestinians Who Would Lose The Most If We Revoked It


There is a debate in Jordan about revoking the peace treaty with Israel, with some calling for it to be ended and others arguing for its importance. Some officials have stated that revoking the treaty would harm both Jordan and Palestine, as it allows Jordan to support Palestinians and protect holy places in Jerusalem. Journalist Alaa Al-Qarala argues that revoking the treaty would be detrimental to the Palestinian cause and would benefit Israel. Other officials emphasize that the peace treaty was signed after Palestine signed agreements with Israel, and that ending it would only benefit Israeli extremists.


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