Jordan: PA UN bid may wreck Palestinian right of return

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August 30, 2011 13:10

 
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Jordan asked Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to reconsider heading to the UN for state recognition, fearing that it will cost Palestinian refugees any chance of returning to Israel, Saudi newspaper Al-Medina reported Tuesday.

According to the report, Jordan has tried to advance the message through a number of different "Arab channels," but said that the Palestinian Authority is still determined to the seek international state recognition on September 20.

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