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British strategists drew up a battle plan in 1955 to bomb three Israeli cities if Israel invaded Jordan, according to government documents published by the Times of London. The documents identified Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa as the potential bombing targets. Britain would have acted under a defense treaty with Jordan, according to the documents, released under the British government's 30-year secrecy rule.

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