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  • I would imagine so, but i cant say for sure. However much they dislike Israel, they cant just take them of the map can they?
  • Of course. Mapmakers in Muslim countries don't let personal/religious views get in the way of their work.
  • from what i know of yes, but that doesn't mean the countries sympathizing with the palestinian culture are any more accepting of israel.
  • Yes it does.
  • The Arab states, who wish to remove Israel from the map, do not show that country as existing.
  • no, it's called Palestine on the maps
  • No, it is called Palestine on our maps.
  • No. It appears as Palestine invaded by the Zionist Movement. My 2 cents.
  • Of course not. While the Palestinian Authority announces in English its demand for a two-state solution, to its own people in Arabic it continues to define all of Israel as "Palestine," and to promise Israel's destruction. A new video clip, broadcast numerous times daily since it first appeared on Fatah-controlled TV last week, passionately promises "Mother" that every Israeli city will be "liberated" because its "identity is Arab" and "Palestinian”: "We will liberate the Land… [which] is Arab in history and identity, Palestine is Arab in history and identity." And to ensure that no one limits the land of the future "liberated Palestine," the song defines the scope of Palestinian cities, which include all of Israel: "From Jerusalem and Acre and from Haifa and Jericho and Gaza and Ramallah "From Bethlehem and Jaffa and Be'er Sheva and Ramle "And from Nablus to the Galilee, and from Tiberias to Hebron”
  • no because if they put it their children will feel that the existance of israel is normal and will not make any moves in the future to change that
  • No. That entire area appears only as "Future Palestinian Homeland" on maps made in Muslim countries. The rest of the world appears as "Infidel Land," except for the US, which is labelled, "Home of The Great Satan." : )

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