Skip to comments.King Abdullah: 'Israel Has an Expiration date'
Posted on 11/22/2011 9:14:32 AM PST by Eleutheria5
Israel Radio reported Monday morning that King Abdullah of Jordan said "Israel has an expiration date."
Abdullah's comments were reportedly made to the BBC last week. During the interview Abdullah said Israel's survival was dependent on a two-state solution. Israel does not realize it needs such a solution, he added.
Abdullah added his government would increase pressure on Israel to reach a final status agreement with the Palestinian Authority.
He did not, however, provide any concrete facts to buttress his oft repeated assertion of Israel's imminent doom.
Israel remains a regional leader in the realms of economics, military, science, and technology.
Meanwhile, former defense minister Benjamin Ben-Eliezer said Israel cannot afford to cut the defense budget because Israel is likely to find itself in renewed conflict with Egypt in the long-run.
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King Abdullah of Jordan has an expiration date..
Very scary way to put it
King Abdullah is going to expire long before Israel does.
Then he’ll discover that he’s been doing nothing but worshiping Baal, instead of the one true God, aka YHWH.
Too bad, so sad your (snicker) ‘majesty’.
Everything has an expiration date.
However, methinks Israel’s date is a lot farther down the road than the muzzie countries.
The “King” is correct!
But “no man knows the hour”, and the King won’t be too excited when it happens.
“Jordan’s survival was dependent on a two-state solution. Jordan does not realize it needs such a solution...”
There, wonder how he’ll like being told that.
King Abdullah of Jordan
I thought he was a voice or reason in the ME. He better check with Jehovah before he makes such a presumption. When the time comes, Jehovah will call the shots not some allah thingy from hell.
I am sure once we restore the American presidency with a pro-Western administration, and associated pro-American functionality, that there are people and places in the Middle East that have “expiration dates”....but not until after January of 2013.
The present “intermission” in world affairs will continue until then.
No, the “king” is an idiot!
Israel will be the chief nation on Earth.
Those that fail to come to Jerusalem for Tabernacles will totally fail.
Funny comment coming from a man who rules a manufactured entity.....
Hey Abdullah, don’t spit into the wind.
Yahweh has future plans for Israel. I suggest you get on God’s side.
As Bob Dylan says, “You gotta serve somebody.”
“King Abdullah of Jordan
I thought he was a voice or reason in the ME.”
He usually is. In this case, he missed a really good opportunity to keep his mouth shut.
Logic was never the strong suit of the desert warfare tribalists.
Why don’t you go back and read my post again?
...notice key quotation marks and think about my meaning....
Israel is forever. The Arab states have expiration dates.
Sounds like the Jordyptians (the so-called “palestinians” actually came from Jordan and Egypt) are getting uppity.
I’m sure our MOSLEM PRESIDENT aka Barry Soetoro will solve the problem by forcing Israel “back to its 1967 borders.”
I can’t disagree with that..
If Iran attacks Isreal with a nuke.. both Amman and Damascus are toast.. and Tehran will be a parking lot..
Hmmm? I think he'll be very excited, in a void your bowels and empty your bladder sort of way...
I guess his dad didn’t tell him how Israel kicked his ass and let him know to leave God’s people alone.
I’ve noticed lately that a number of islamic regimes younger than Israel have already expired. Jordan could be next.
Israel has NO expiration date muzzie - Jeremiah 31 is clear
The Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations had just finished giving a speech, and walked out into the lobby where he met President Bush.
They shook hands, and as they walked the Iranian said, ''You know, I have just one question about what I have seen in America.''
President Bush said, "Well, anything I can do to help you, I will."
The Iranian whispered: ''My son watches this show 'Star Trek' and in it there is Chekhov who is Russian, Scotty who is Scottish, Uhura who is Black, and Sulu who is Chinese, but no Arabs. My son is very upset and doesn't understand why there aren't any Iranians, Syrians, or Iraqis on "Star Trek."
President Bush laughed, leaned toward the Iranian ambassador, and whispered: ''It's because it takes place in the future.''
Read Revelation, you camel jockey! Look at who laughs last at your Satanic fury toward God’s chosen!
[ Read Revelation, you camel jockey! Look at who laughs last at your Satanic fury toward Gods chosen! ]
I have read it many times.. and I’m no Sand Monkey..
Revelation is garbed in all manner of metaphorical symbols and allusions..
The “book” is the “Revelation of Jesus Christ” (Rev1;1)
NOT a revelation of whoever you are... its NOT literal..
10 people read it, ten people get 10 different ideas...
That’s the way it is supposed to be, I suspect..
course theres room for the superstitious to “dream” as well..
What I get, may not be what you get.. out of it..
Quite brilliant to make a writing like that..
Truth is most people never even read it.. or care (at all)..
As the book fully describes how it “will be”.. NOW!..
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
..................< Sure, Arabs, barbarians that they are, won't tolerate Jews in thier midst. The King knows that. Heck, the Brits knew that back in 1922 when they decided that they'd have to carve a second state out of the Jewish Homeland for the Arabs. And called upon a Saudi Arab named Abdullah to reign over Transjordan, carved out of 80% of the Jewish Homeland. Abdullah didn't trust the local Arabs, now known as palestinians. For good reason, they murdered him on the Temple Mount in 1951.