Jordan’s Abdullah Practically Declares A Holy War, No-one Gives A Damn

Imagine for a second that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said the following

“We will continue our historical, political and legal role in preventing the Islamization of the holy places, despite difficult challenges.”

How do you think the Arab and Muslim world would react, given what we have seen with their reaction to mere metal detectors? And how about the international community and media? There would no doubt be swift condemnation from all and sundry.

Well, the statement has been made – only not by Bibi but by the Beave. And he of course referred to Judaization, because Islamization would be a good thing.

Jordanian King Abdullah II continues to criticize Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asserting in a statement published today (Saturday) that his country “will not forfeit its citizens’ rights.”

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The king emphasized that his country “continues its historic role of defending the holy sites of Islam and Christianity in Jerusalem,” referring to the Temple Mount crisis. “We will continue our historical, political and legal role in preventing the Judaization of the holy places, despite difficult challenges.”

Yet not a peep from the international community, and the mainstream media has gone AWOL in reporting this incredibly incendiary statement by Abdullah.

The West continues to capitulate. Next step, Caliphate.

10 thoughts on “Jordan’s Abdullah Practically Declares A Holy War, No-one Gives A Damn”

  1. Moshe Kalonymys Fink

    Historic?
    Trans – Jordan was created 2 years before Israel so his Heshamite family could call themselves the king of somewhere after the British gave the Heshamite property in Arabia to the Saud mishpocha, creating Saudi Arabi, which necessitated creating a kingdom of trans Jordan to keep the midget king busy.
    75 years is Not a historical precedent

    1. ahad_ha_amoratsim

      I’d assume the only reason Israel does that is concern that something far worse would take his place.

        1. Yakov Butterfield

          the House Elf needs to be put in his place. All Israel needs to do is close the border and end any cooperation with Jordon.

  2. Norman_In_New_York

    The king lives in a glass palace. Not only is his domain part of the original mandate for the Jewish national home, but the northwest quarter between the Yarmuk and Arnon Rivers and the port of Aqaba, originally Etzion-Gever, the home port of King Solomon’s Red Sea navy, are historically Israeli. A rallying cry of Jabotinsky’s Revisionists was “Both sides of the Jordan.”

  3. Ilany Schwartz

    Let’s simplify the whole story !
    Jerusalem is mentioned in the Bible, more than 700 times !!!!
    The “Holly” Koran – does NOT mention Jerusalem even ONCE !!!

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