Anti-Israel postage stamps from Jordan
In 1964, Jordan issued a stamp showing…Greater Jordan. It included all the land of a certain state that wasn’t recognized. No “pre-1967 borders” in this stamp:
In 1969 there was a series of stamps about the “Tragedy of the Refugees” and the “Tragedy in the Holy Land.”
This 1973 stamp commemorated the 1968 Battle of Karameh between Israel and Jordan/PLO. Israel destroyed the camp which was responsible for terror attacks but Jordan considered this a victory. Ironically, the battle led to the rise of Black September, which Jordan had to battle and kill thousands of Palestinian Arabs.
Palestine Week, 1973, with map of “Palestine” erasing Israel:
This 1983 series depicted, sometimes gruesomely, the Sabra and Shatila massacres. The stamps falsely say that the massacres were done by Israel.
In 1991, Jordan commemorated the first intifada showing a hand throwing a rock – and a peace dove. Again, Israel is erased from the map.
If one violent uprising is worth a stamp, certainly the second one must be worth an entire series. Here are two 2001 stamps celebrating the second intifada:
Jordan also had a series dedicated to the death of Mohammed al Dura that was falsely attributed to Israel:
(This is part of a series on anti-Israel stamps in the Arab world.)