Answer: Opinion What is now the modern state of Israel occupies over seventy per cent of what had previously been regarded as Palestine, and includes almost all the rich coastal areas. Both the Israelis and Palestinians have strong religious, emotional and territorial ties to the city of Jerusalem.One of the most important reasons for partitioning Jerusalem on the basis of the United Nations Green Line, is that without this there can never be a lasting peace in Israel and Palestine. The only other option that could conceivably achieve long-term peace in the Middle East is a unitary state for Jews and Palestinians on an equal basis. So, unless Israel wishes to endure centuries of hatred and fighting, it eventually has no option other than to concede East Jerusalem to the proposed state of Palestine.
Answer: About 45 miles as the crow flies and roughly if going to the King Hussein or Allenby Bridge Border Crossing.
However, it is impossible to buy an entry visa to Jordan at the King Hussein Bridge Border Crossing so make sure you have one in advance or go further north to Sheikh Hussein Bridge where you can buy one. That trip can be around 100 miles.
Answer: You can answer this question only when you know the ticketed point mileage (TPM) as well. Assume the TPM is XXXX, the do the following calculation: TPM divided by the maximum permitted mileage (MPM). The answer is the something like 1,..... (5 decimals, please). Then apply the following table:
1,00000 to 1,05: Raise original fare by 5% 1,05000 to 1,10: idem 10% 1,10000 to 1,15: 15% 1,15000 to 1,20: 20% 1,20000 to 1,25: 25%
If the result is bugger than 1,25000 than you have to divied the itinerary in 2 pieces.
Answer: It is the holiest city for Jews and 2nd most holy for Muslims and both believe that the city should be under there respective control. It is currently part of the Jewish country of Israel but is claimed by the partially recognized Muslim country of Palestine.