All Roads May Soon Lead To The Triangle

The year is 2005. Your Palestine Airways flight from Heathrow lands at the sleek new airport in Gaza. A 20-minute cab ride away, you check in at the Peace Palace Hotel, a new Israeli beach resort financed by Saudi and Kuwaiti investors. Next morning, in a meeting with loan officers from United Bank of Tel Aviv & Amman, you are assured that arranging Jordanian-dinar financing for your new chip factory in Israel will be no problem. After all, Israel, Jordan, and Palestine signed a breakthrough currency union in 2004.

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