Israeli conference to discuss allocating Jordan as state for Palestinians
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, — Netherlands MP Geert Wilders, known for his hostility against Islam, is scheduled to attend a conference in Israel to discuss a plan to turn Jordan into a national homeland for Palestinians and shoot down the two-states proposal which provides for the establishment of a Palestinian state in the West Bank.
Israeli Knesset members will discuss during the conference the advantages and disadvantages of allocating Jordan as a state for the Palestinians and dumping the two-states solution.
MP Wilders previously called for a ban on building mosques in Holland and spread an offensive film about the Prophet Mohammed that outraged more than a billion and a half Muslims across the planet.
Israeli MK Aryeh Eldad said: “The Dutch MP was invited to the conference as one of the strongest supporters of the establishment of a Palestinian state in Jordan.”