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Monday, February 08, 2010

Jordan's Abdullah: 'The sky is falling, the sky is falling'

Jordan's King Abdullah is playing Chicken Little, touting the 'fierce moral urgency' of establishing a 'Palestinian state' before the 'invisible line' disappears and leaves his kingdom in danger of becoming the 'Palestinian state' as it rightfully should.
In a CNN interview CNN aired Sunday, Abdullah estimated that there was no more than a month to move the peace process forward.

He warned of what may take place in the Arab League summit, criticized the American administration and noted that "the credibility of the US is under question."

The Jordanian king was careful not to personally attack US President Barack Obama, who he said was "extremely committed". He added, however, that Obama was busy with many other matters and was facing political difficulties, while "we desperately need the undivided attention of the United States in order to set the right tone for negotiations between the Israelis and the Palestinians."
Undivided attention? Good luck with that. Not that it would make any difference anyway.

The 'Palestinians' have no interest in a state - what they want is to replace the Jewish state. Maybe we can let them replace the Jordanian state. Call it an interim step. They might even get used to it and stop clambering to replace Israel.



At 2:06 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

We don't see King Abdullah pushing the Palestinians to resume talks with Israel. If its so urgent, you'd think he'd call Abu Bluff and read him the riot act. But the Arabs are not going to be more moderate than the Palestinians. The clock is ticking down towards the end of the pointless "freeze" that hasn't induced good will from the Palestinians. So maybe they're doing Israel a big favor after all.


At 4:07 AM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

Maybe the Fake King of Jordan should ask the Saudis to leave his land...


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