REFUGEES: Jordan's nightmare

Blanche, Ed
December 2002
Middle East;Dec2002, Issue 329, p20
Reports that Jordan fears that Ariel Sharon, prime minister of Israel, will use Iraq war for ethnic cleansing and driving Palestinians from West Bank into Jordan. Reason for a rise in the fears of Jordanians; Number of palestinians that have moved to Jordan since 1948; Stand taken by the government of Jordan on the issue; Plans of Sharon regarding transferring Palestinians to Jordan.


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