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PostPosted: Thu Apr 29, 2010 3:01 am    Post subject: JORDAN, the Palestinian state, ISIS 2015  Reply with quote

JORDAN Future in jeopardy
January 28, 2011   Arab world unrest has Jordan's king under pressure
"Nobody wants regime change, but people here want accountability and an end to government corruption," Jordanian analysts say.
Unrest ripping across the Arab world is putting pressure on Jordan's King Abdullah II, a key US ally who has been making promises of reform in recent days in an apparent attempt to quell domestic discontent over economic degradation and lack of political freedoms.

After two weeks of widespread protests inspired by the revolt that overthrew Tunisia's autocratic president, Abdullah has promised reforms in meetings with members of parliament, former prime ministers, civil society institutions and even Jordan's largest opposition group, the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood Movement.

But his promises appear unlikely to quash the opposition's daring calls to elect their prime minister and Cabinet officials, traditionally appointed by the king.
The Muslim Brotherhood called for fresh demonstrations on Friday to press its demand for political and economic reforms.

"We will continue our protests until our demands are met," said Brotherhood spokesman Jamil Abu Bakr, referring to their calls for electing a prime minister and Cabinet officials; amending a controversial election law they claim had reduced votes in their favor; and implementing reforms that would eradicate corruption and introduce a transparent government policy.

Abdullah has been working to create a more open-market economy that would see a greater flow of foreign capital into a resource-barren country, heavily dependent on U.S. and other foreign aid and whose debt is estimated at $15 billion, about double the amount reported three years ago.

The economy saw a record deficit of $2 billion this year, inflation rising by 1.5 percent to 6.1 percent just last month and rampant unemployment and poverty — estimated at 12 and 25 percent respectively.
"The government buys cars and spends lavishly on its parties and travel, while many Jordanians are jobless or can barely put food on their tables to feed their hungry children," said civil servant Mahmoud Thiabat, 31, a father of three who earns $395 a month.

Such complaints mirror those that ultimately led to the downfall of Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, though as a monarch with deep support from the Bedouin-dominated military, Jordan's ruler is not seen as vulnerable as Tunisia's deposed leader.

Still, Prime Minister Samir Rifai announced a $550 million package of new subsidies in the last two weeks for fuel and staple products like rice, sugar, livestock and liquefied gas used for heating and cooking. It also includes a raise for civil servants and an increase in pensions for retired military and civilian personnel.
Parliament said it will be amending the elections law soon, a move seen as a concession to the Muslim opposition.  Much more, click here

Israel Attacked from Jordan
Here is a VISION my friend had

I talked to Ed.
He has seen the phoenix, dirty, injured, crawling, not flying.
Speculate?  -  Will the globalist puppetmasters clip Obama's wings?
And he saw again the vision he had a couple years ago - of Syrian military entering Israel from Jordan.
Israel being attacked from Jordan.

The story below came out 2 days after Ed told me about this.
I suggest you never believe what Muslims say.  Their words are deception.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 6:41 am    Post subject: Israel playing with fire Reply with quote

Israel playing with fire

So claims Jordan's King Abdullah  (son of Hussein)

If Arabs laid down their weapons, there'd be peace today.
If Israel laid down their weapons there'd be no Israel

April 30, 2010

King tells foreign envoys Israel must choose between 'living in a fortress' or reaching peace with all Arab states by withdrawing from 'occupied Arab lands'
Jordan's King Abdullah II said Thursday that Israel was "playing with fire" in Jerusalem, stressing that the Hashemite Kingdom retains all political, diplomatic and legal options to "protect" Jerusalem and its Muslim holy sites.

Speaking to foreign ambassadors on the shores of the Dead Sea, Abdullah said reaffirming the Palestinian quest for statehood was a top priority for his country.

"We want peace and strive for it, because all the people of the region are entitled to a just peace," Abdullah said, "Israel must respond to this Arab position, for peace alone, and not armies or walls, will guarantee real security for all people and countries."

The king was quoted by the Jordan Times as saying that Jordan would do whatever it can "to achieve justice for the Palestinians, end the occupation and help them achieve their rights to freedom and a state on their national soil."

According to Abdullah, Israel must choose between "living in a fortress" or reaching peace with all Arab and Muslim states on the basis of the Arab peace initiative, by withdrawing from "occupied Arab lands" and establishing an independent Palestinian state that lives alongside Israel "with a comprehensive peace that ensures real security and acceptance for Israel."

King Abdullah noted that achieving peace requires a positive environment for negotiations, which, according to him, means a halt to "unilateral Israeli measures in the occupied territories, particularly settlement construction in the West Bank and east Jerusalem."

About two weeks ago King Abdullah said that Hezbollah's activities in Lebanon and the stalled peace process with the Palestinians might lead to war. "In recent years, without progress, we've witnessed two wars in a short period of time.

"There are sources in Lebanon that feel that war is inevitable. The threat of war exists. If we do not bring the Palestinians and Israelis to the negotiations table and if we cross the July deadline – there is a high chance of confrontation. I wouldn't want to meet with you in six or seven months and say 'I told you so'," said Abdullah in a conversation with the Chicago Tribune's editorial board.

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PostPosted: Sun May 02, 2010 7:53 am    Post subject: Abbas to demand Jordan Valley Reply with quote

Abbas to demand Jordan Valley

This is where the vision showed the Syrian military entering [i]Israel!!!

Abbas went to China for talks.  What wickedness did they concoct?[/i]

Abbas to demand Jordan Valley in proximity talks

Palestinian president says will ask for transfer of vast areas in West Bank to Palestinian control, renewal of PA activities in Orient House. Erekat: Obama said east Jerusalem building freeze will continue
Ynet reporters

The list of the Palestinians' demands in negotiations with Israel is coming together. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he will demand already in the stage of proximity talks that Israel transfer vast areas in the West Bank, including those currently under full and partial Israeli control, to sole Palestinian control.

Abbas said that he would also demand that the Jordan Valley be included in the territories to be transferred to the Palestinians, although Israel has made it clear that it will not accept any pre-conditions to peace talks.

In an interview with West Bank-published newspaper, al-Ayyam, Abbas said that talks with Israel will start immediately upon receipt of the Arab League's approval and a go-ahead from the PLO Executive Committee. He estimated that talks with Israel will last no longer than four months, but was pessimistic about their future.

"I do not want to lose hope, and prefer to remain hopeful even though I detect many hurdles and despite the sense that in Israel there are people uninterested in peace. We still must try to walk this path until we find it," Abbas said.

Abbas said that he would ask that Palestinian Authority operations be renewed in Jerusalem's Orient House, which was closed at the beginning of the last decade, and in the Palestinian commerce department in the east of the city.

"The objective is to restore within a few months the situation in the territories to the way it was before the intifada with a gradual and significant addition of land that will be transferred to full Palestinian control," explained Abbas.

The Palestinian leader also said that he would visit the United States in May in order to advance the peace process. "The American understood that establishing a Palestinian state is a strategic American interest, and therefore are investing many efforts in this," Abbas said.

'Unofficial' construction freeze

Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat updated Arab foreign ministers during their meeting in Cairo that US President Barack Obama committed to the Palestinians that Israel's building freeze in east Jerusalem will continue "unofficially in order to prevent responses from extremists on the Right."

According to Erekat, Obama sent his commitment via US special envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell.

Erekat said  on Saturday night, "If Israel builds one house in the West Bank, Palestinians will immediately stop the negotiations."

Israel's rightist ministers responded quickly. National Infrastructures Minister Uzi Landau said, "I agree that not one house will be built in Ramat Shlomo, but many houses will be built. We don't have a partner. The Palestinians boycott Israeli goods. They name streets after suicide bombers, and sue us in every international court."

Neither was Tourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov optimistic about the prospects of peace talks. "With my hand on my heart, I don't believe the proximity talks will lead to anything, but if there is even a sliver of hope, it must be acted on," said Misezhnikov.

"I don't see a partner, especially not on the backdrop of the claims being made against building in the territories. You can't come to us with demands that we not build in our capital city. We will continue building there. However, we want to progress, and therefore need negotiations," said the tourism minister.

Science Minister Daniel Hershkowitz said, "Erekat's statements raise some quandaries. Clearly, it is difficult to have expectations from the proximity talks. We, after all, will build in Jerusalem, in the West Bank, and in all of the Land of Israel. If they stop the talks, what was is what will be."

Avishay Braverman, of the Labor Party, was the only minister optimistic about talks as he entered the cabinet meeting. "Though blows are being exchanged, I believe the talks will be good with American and Egyptian involvement," said the minister for minority affairs. "The time has come to move forward. This is a vital interest for the State of Israel. There is no other alternative outside of two states for two peoples living alongside one another."

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jordan king warns Israel on Jerusalem

17 Oct 2009
In talks with Spanish PM Zapatero, King Abdullah urges international community to act firmly against any Israeli measures aimed at changing identity of Holy City

INTERESTING NOTE - the King of Spain is sometimes called the   King of Jerusalem

Jordan King Abdullah warned Israel of disastrous repercussions if it crosses a red line on Jerusalem.
Jerusalem is a red line and any manipulation in this city would have disastrous repercussions on the security and stability of the region.

Abdullah urged the international community, especially the European Union, to act firmly against any Israeli measures aimed at
changing the identity of the Holy City of Jerusalem and threaten the places of worship.
NOTE - The holiest place of Islam is Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
Jerusalem is Holiest to Jews and Christians - it is GOD's own city, and that GOD is NOT the Islamic allah!

The fate of the Holy City is one of the most sensitive issues in the Middle East conflict.
Israel captured east Jerusalem in 1967 and the world refuses to recognize it.  Jerusalem is the eternal, indivisible capital of Israel!

The Palestinians want to make eastern Jerusalem the city the capital of their promised state.  
Jordan King Abdullah is the son of Hussein, 43rd from Mohammed, the false prophet of Islam.

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Future of Israel in jeopardy, Jordan King Abdullah

Jordan IS NOT Israel's friend, as many believe!

April 6, 2010

Ahead of leaving for Washington for US president's Nuclear Security Summit, Abdullah tells Wall Street Journal situation in Middle East over past year has 'made me extremely skeptical,' warns Israel's long-term future in danger if peace cannot be achieved

Israel's long-term future is in danger if Mideast peace cannot be achieved, Jordan's King Abdullah warned in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that appeared online.
"I think the long-term future of Israel is in jeopardy unless we solve our problems," the monarch, who was to leave for Washington Saturday for US President Barack Obama's Nuclear Security Summit, told the paper.

Asked about the message he would deliver on getting the strained Mideast peace process moving, the monarch said: "I think wasting too much time is something that we all have to be very concerned about because there is tremendous tension (in the region).

"Over the Israeli-Lebanese border; if you spoke (to some Lebanese) today they feel there is going to be a war any second. (It) looks like there is an attempt by certain groups to promote a third intifada, which would be disastrous. Jerusalem as you are well aware is a tinderbox that could go off at any time, and then there is the overriding concern about military action between Israel and Iran," King Abdullah said.

"So with all these things in the background, the status quo is not acceptable; what will happen is that we will continue to go around in circles until the conflict erupts, and there will be suffering by peoples because there will be a war."

King Abdullah said the United States had had other priorities for many months, particularly economic ones.
"The economic challenges have also not helped in prioritizing the peace process," he noted.
"Having said that, I know very well that Obama and his administration are extremely committed to the two-state solution and moving the process forward. But they've had other things to deal with."

The problem "is what happens over the next couple of months," the Jordanian leader told the Journal.
The job of Jordan and the other leading countries "is to keep common sense and keep hope alive until America can bring its full weight on the Israelis and the Palestinians to get their act together and move the process forward."

However events in the region over the past year "have made me extremely skeptical," and actions "on the ground have made me extremely concerned about how straightforward Israeli policy is," he said.
Resolving the Israeli-Palestinian dispute "does not mean that this evil will evaporate, but definitely, it will take a big chunk out of the challenges that we have in this region," the monarch said.
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Jordanians Protest Peacefully for Regime Change
January 28, 2011   Thousands of Jordanians took to the streets after Friday prayers in Amman and other major Jordanian cities, decrying rising prices and high unemployment and calling for a change in government.

The peaceful protests in downtown Amman—which were called by the powerful Islamist opposition, left-wing trade-union activists and other opposition parties
were the third such demonstration in the past three weeks and were inspired in part by growing popular dissent in other parts of the Arab world.
Police forces looked on while more than 3,500 demonstrators chanted antigovernment slogans

Thousands in Jordan protest, demand PM step down
In 3rd day of protests, opposition supporters took to the streets in Amman to express their anger at rising prices, inflation, unemployment.
Thousands of Jordanian opposition supporters took to the streets Friday in the country's capital demanding the prime minister step down and venting their anger at rising prices, inflation and unemployment.
It was the third consecutive Friday of protests following Muslim prayers in Jordan, inspired by the unrest in Tunisia and rallies in Egypt demanding the downfall of the country's longtime president.

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Jordan's King Abdullah Dissolves Government
February 01, 2011  AMMAN, Jordan - Jordan's King Abdullah II fired his government Tuesday in the wake of street protests and asked an ex-prime minister to form a new Cabinet, ordering him to launch immediate political reforms.

The dismissal follows several large protests across Jordan-- inspired by similar demonstrations in Tunisia and Egypt -- calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Samir Rifai, who is blamed for a rise in fuel and food prices and slowed political reforms.

A Royal Palace statement said Abdullah accepted Rifai's resignation tendered earlier Tuesday.
The king named Marouf al-Bakhit as his prime minister-designate, instructing him to "undertake quick and tangible steps for real political reforms, which reflect our vision for comprehensive modernization and development in Jordan," the palace statement said.
Al-Bakhit previously served as Jordan's premier from 2005-2007.
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Jordan king dismisses government, appoints new PM
February 2, 2011  CNN   The king of Jordan dismissed his government Tuesday and appointed a new prime minister with orders to implement political reform.
The dismissal follows several protests calling for change in Jordan -- protests that echo demonstrations that have swept across North Africa and the Middle East in the last few weeks.
King Abdullah II asked Marouf Al Bakhit to form a government in Jordan that will implement "genuine political reform," the Royal Court said in a statement.

The government will "take practical steps, quick and concrete, to launch a process of genuine political reform" and "comprehensive development," according to a letter from the king to Al Bakhit.
It also will act to strengthen democracy, the letter said.
Jordan has been deprived of "achievement opportunities" due to some leaders' resistance to change, the king wrote, and because they had sometimes put their own interests ahead of those of the public.

The king asked Al Bakhit and the new government "to conduct a thorough evaluation process" and review laws regarding political affairs and civil freedoms to "address the mistakes of the past" and develop "a clear action plan that takes the march of reform forward."
Will unrest spread to other countries?

King Abdullah II also called on the new government to strengthen the institutional infrastructure and combat corruption, and prosecute those found to be involved in corruption.
Jawad Anani, a former Jordanian deputy prime minister, told CNN the changes had to be made and that the development comes amid a "deep outcry in the Arab world" seeking change and reform.

He said the king wants Jordan to be more competitive, globalized, and influential, but the management he's been choosing "has not been very successful."
"That's why there's been many changes in government," Anani said.
Those in Amman Friday also showed their solidarity with others in the Arab world, most notably Egypt, where protesters have recently taken to the streets to demand certain freedoms and urge the ouster of their leaders and the government.

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Jordan threatened

Feb 9, 2011
Jordan tribes threaten revolution over Palestinian Queen Rania.
Rania has a highly visible role in Jordan's male-dominated society.
Jordanian tribes petitioned King Abdullah to end his Palestinian wife's role in politics.
Rania is accused of using state funds to promote her image abroad.
Disregard for the demand will throw Jordan into anarchy like Egypt.

Abbas, Dahlan take out Jordanian citizenship as Palestinian Authority urges Amman to stop giving Palestinians citizenship to consolidate their identity.
Jordan has been revoking the Jordanian citizenship of thousands of Palestinians.

EGYPT troubles, 8 pages


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