Skip to comments.Jordan's king endorses Palestinian reconciliation deal
Posted on 10/22/2017 10:41:07 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Jordans king on Sunday endorsed a fledgling Palestinian reconciliation agreement that is meant to end a decade-old political and ideological split between rivals Hamas and Fatah.
King Abdullah II expressed support for the Egyptian-brokered deal after meeting Sunday with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who heads Fatah.
The Islamic militant Hamas seized the Gaza Strip in 2007, leaving Abbas with autonomous enclaves in the Israeli-
occupied West Bank.
The palace said that the king affirmed Jordans full support for this agreement, which it said would strengthen Palestinian unity. Jordan, which considers itself a key Mideast mediator, was not directly involved in reconciliation efforts.
Under an emerging deal, an Abbas-led government would run Gaza, but critical issues remain unresolved.
The U.S. and Israel say an unrepentant Hamas cannot be part of a Palestinian government.
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More effective at fighting the Jooooos if they just work together.
The fundamental muslim never abandons his roots....
Relax. Nothing the Muslim terrorist gangs or the kingie say matters. Someday the Muslim occupiers of Israel will repatriate back to their own countries. One way or another. After that and a genuine reformation of their Satanic bloodthirsty religion, peace may become possible. I believe it will. Meanwhile all the talk is just bulk sheet.
Where are their own countries?
Basically, every country they “originate” from was conquered by the Caliphate in some form. Egypt was originally Christian under Byzantine rule before the “Masri” took over in 642, for example.
Nobody wants them. Kuwait deported 300,000 Palestinians over 30 years ago. The PLO caused so much trouble that Hussein’s father killed about 8,000 to 10,000 in September, 1970.
That is where Black September gets its name.
Black September did the massacre of Jews at the 1972 Olympics when the rescue went foul. Financier - Abu Mazen. Now, Mahmoud Abbas.
Oh they’ll come up with a “two-state solution”. Which will just be the beginning....
[The PLO caused so much trouble]
In Jordan - should have added that. That’s an approximate number on Kuwait’s deportation.
Good point. Their murders attacks bombings and all the rest of their Satanic bloodthirsty terrorism will eventually manage to provoke even the ever- patient Israelis to just get rid of them. Thats why I hope we can arrange a nice humanitarian repatriation. Say to Saudi Arabia where theyre satanic cult is headquartered and much of the funding comes from for them to murder innocent people
Before the 1967 war, Syria claimed the Golan heights, Egypt claimed Gaza and Jordan claimed the west bank.
Israel should have pushed them all into those countries and kept the land.
The Arabs have kept the so-called Palestinians piled up in refugee camps with promises of wiping out Israel since then.
Their children’s TV indoctrinate the young to kill Jews.
Any Palestinian state will be used to launch war on Israel.
If you'd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Jordan's King. It's 2017. We're talking about Kings. No alternative, I suppose. In the region it's Kings, dictators and mullahs. And Kings have a chess piece named after them.
King Abdullah’s not bad as kings go. I’m not worried about this reconciliation thing. It’ll fall apart right after Bibi uses it as a pretext to stop negotiating about negotiating about negotiating. That’s a good thing.
No, he's not, though not like there's many kings anymore, certainly not many with power. I only recently was reminded Spain still had a King, a Bourbon no less.
Does he have real power?
This King is a good dude. Airborne/Spec Opns qualified soldier who still does live ammo shoot house drills with his troops.
Jordan, which considers itself a key Mideast mediator, was not directly involved in reconciliation efforts.Nope, like his father and grandfather before him, he's indirectly involved in keeping everyone pissed off at himself and everyone else. Alas, the Hashemite dynasty is the best regime Jordan will ever have.
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