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Israel: Map of the middle east with Jordan label covering an unlabeled Israel, from France 24
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Well, just fancy that! France 24 video showing a map of the middle-east where apparently Jordan covers an unlabeled Israel (screen-capture also attached) - see 22 seconds in. This is the map that so far they display in full screen mode when discussing middle east topics with the country being discussed colored white. (When discussing Israel specifically, they use a different map which does label the country): 
https://www.france24.com/en/tv-shows/rep...ts-in-iraq


I have also discussed numerous examples of bias against Israel from "France 24 English", here: 
https://www.thehebrewcafe.com/forum/show...1&pid=5279 - pid5279


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Jordan has claimed all of it theirs since the Jericho conference in 1948 and on a stamp in 1964.

https://mapsonstampsdb.com/depicted/Jordan
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(12-04-2021, 11:14 PM)Lorotzelotzarich Wrote: Jordan has claimed all of it theirs since the Jericho conference in 1948 and on a stamp in 1964.

https://mapsonstampsdb.com/depicted/Jordan


The Discussion I posted provides an example of what appears to illustrate the pro-"Palestinian" Arab bias of France state-owned "France 24", which frequently produces sob-story propaganda "documentaries" on behalf of the "Palestinian" Arabs.


Jordan no longer claims Israel: 
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Quote:[Heading:] "Main principles", 
  1. Borders: The international boundary between Israel and Jordan follows the Jordan and Yarmouk Rivers, the Dead Sea, the Emek Ha'Arava/Wadi Araba, and the Gulf of Aqaba.[9]  [...]
"[In 1988] Jordan abandoned its claim to the West Bank in favor of a peaceful resolution between Israel and the PLO.[3][4]"

(Citations - Please see webpage.)

Extract source: 
"Israel–Jordan peace treaty", 26 October 1994:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel%E2%...ace_treaty

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Dont Forget to Israel a treaty is document that should be upheld -regardless of consequences....
Josiah and the Gideonites

To other countires treaties are just simply pieces of Paper designed to trick their opponents off guard....for some nefararius purposes....
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(12-05-2021, 01:23 PM)Nooone Wrote: Dont Forget to Israel a treaty is document that should be upheld -regardless of consequences....
Josiah and the Gideonites

To other countires treaties are just simply pieces of Paper designed to trick their opponents off guard....for some nefararius purposes....


I understand what you mean, since the "Palestinian" Arabs never honored the Oslo Accords, persisting in their unverified-claim to all the land, seeking to hoodwink the world they seek a two-state solution whereas the opposite is the case (clear from their education system and National Charter), and continuing in their terrorism against Israeli Jewish civilians (while complaining about consequential Israeli security - no different to that of any other country, as "oppression" / "persecution").

Also of course, going back further in modern history, the British reneged on their promise confirmed in their Balfour Declaration 1917, to ensure a Jewish home in “Palestine”, and even though its wording was written in word-for-word, into their Mandate document. I've discussed the latter here: 
https://www.thehebrewcafe.com/forum/show...hp?tid=804

However, the Arab Republic of Egypt, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, have both kept to their respective peace treaties with Israel.
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