Skip to comments.Amir on June 10 discusses G7, Hamas/Hezbollah, Iran, Jordan, Turkey, Syria
Posted on 06/10/2018 6:05:02 PM PDT by firebrand
A wide-ranging discussion, not that long but covering many subjects.
Iranian economy in poor shape, and Iranians protesting. Erdogan calling for new elections, Jordan back on the right side, Europe longing for someone to help with the migrant problem, Trump doing his job for the American people, Angela Merkel making things worse, Ezekiel war clouds gathering.
Have a good Sunday evening listening to Amir's take on all these momentous things.
Amir ping list ping.
He always has an amazing inside view of the region.
THAT’s a lot of territory to cover.
Yes. Excellent knowledge and insight.
Thanks for posting.
I love the part about the Iranians dressing their soldiers up in Syrian uniforms so they get to stay in Syria. And Nike refusing to endorse the Iranian soccer team with their shoes.
Even the grimmest news has its light moments.
Stuff you just don’t get from the Stormy news channels.
Iranians dressed in Syrian costumes?
Is this to prevent Israel from destroying facilities farther from the border?
Will Israel destroy these?
This is quite a short time after the last one, and I don't want to hog bandwidth, so I did it as a reply, but it is worth watching.
For the record: Im very glad Im not a member of these congregations!
Arab Leader Asks American Christians to Press for Peace in Middle East
by Stephen Strang, Publisher
April 5, 2001
King Abdullah of Jordan makes plea in meeting with evangelical leaders
King Abdullah of Jordan yesterday asked a group of evangelical leaders to urge Christians in America to press for peace in the Middle East. Meeting in Washington, D.C., with some 80 leaders whom the Arab monarch called "men and women of peace," he said: "Arabs need to hear your voice."
King Abdullah asked the group -- from the United States, Canada and South Korea -- to communicate to members of their constituencies that: "the future in the Middle East must be peace. It's time to stand up for what we believe in. We need courage. The people in America should believe in us. Don't lose hope in us."
Seoul, South Korea, pastor David Yonggi Cho, Trinity Broadcasting Network's (TBN) Paul Crouch Jr., and pastors John Hagee of San Antonio, Marilyn Hickey of Denver, and Billy Joe Daugherty of Tulsa, Okla., were among those who attended the meeting hosted by TV evangelist Benny Hinn. He told the group that evangelicals had "put one arm around the Jews in Israel, and now it was time to put the other arm around the Arabs since they are God's children, too."
Hinn's comment was applauded by the group, including King Abdullah, who is in Washington this week to talk with members of Congress who are voting soon on a Free Trade Agreement with Jordan, which the king said was important to his country's economic development.
King Abdullah ascended to the throne in 1999 following the death of his father, King Hussein, noted for his long-running peace efforts in the Middle East. King Abdullah said that Jordan -- whose population is 92 percent Muslim -- had a history of equality for various religions, including a growing evangelical Christian minority. Benny Hinn and fellow evangelist Morris Cerullo have both held meetings in Jordan.
So let me add three names to the above list of inert morons, Amir, Jan, Farag!
Notice the above date, April 2001 and guess what was waiting for a group of Christians that happened to be in Jordan on September 11, 2001!
A TRIP INTO TERROR AND LOVE
A team of American Christian leaders and journalists visit Jordan and learn of the terror in America and the love of the Jordanian people
By Dan Wooding
Reporting from Jordan for ASSIST News Service
AMMAN, JORDAN (ANS) - It was on Tuesday, September 11, while we in Gerasa (Jerash) the most complete and best-preserved Greco-Roman city in the Middle East, when we first heard the news that all hell had broken loose in New York City.
I was with a team of 28 American Christian leaders and journalists when one of our team, Giles Hudson, received a mobile phone call from an American Christian news network in Dallas, Texas, that a plane had slammed into one of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center Building.
And get a load of this dog and pony show!
Before we left for a candlelight service with nearly 500 Jordanian Christians and Muslims, a bellboy at our hotel in Amman, asked if he could address us on the buses' PA system. He told us that he had lost some of his family in the fighting in the West Bank and said that he knew what it was to lose members of his family that he loved. "I would like to tell you that I am very sorry for what has happened in America and I want you to know that all of the Jordanian people share in your sorrow."
We then joined with others in lighting candles for peace at a special candlelight remembrance service at the Citadel in Amman on Sunday, September 16, to show solidarity with the victims and their families of the New York and Washington terrorists attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Muslims clerics united with Christian priests and ministers from the various Christian communities in Jordan, as well the Lord Mayor of Amman in condemning the violence in the United States and praying for the families of the victims. It was hard for us to hold back the tears at this momentous time in world history
1996 -- Special Forces reorganized as the Special Operations Command, incorporating the Special Forces Brigade and the Royal Guard.
According to Jane's Intelligence Review (December 1, 1998), the Special Forces' missions include:
unconventional-warfare missions and counterinsurgency operations;
internal-security assignments and counterterrorism missions;
countersabotage assignments both inside Jordan as well as in defense of Jordanian installations around the world;
"conventional" and "unconventional" military operations beyond the scope and abilities of the conventional Jordanian army
Revelation 13:1 And the dragon stood on the shore of the sea. And I saw a beast coming out of the sea. He had ten horns and seven heads, with ten crowns on his horns, and on each head a blasphemous name.
Hey firebrand, what kind of leader leads you to the anti-Chirst, Amir is his name!
Hey Amir... notice...
...Before we left for a candlelight service with nearly 500 Jordanian Christians and Muslims, a bellboy at our hotel in Amman, asked if he could address us on the buses' PA system. He told us that he had lost some of his family in the fighting in the West Bank and said that he knew what it was to lose members of his family that he loved. "I would like to tell you that I am very sorry for what has happened in America and I want you to know that all of the Jordanian people share in your sorrow."
I'm talking about the 'bellboy', and if you know anything about capitol cities (Amman in this case) you should know that they are chock full of spies. And hotels would be the perfect spot for tradecraft. A bellboy who speaks English and Arabic, perfect. The bellboy reminds me of you, a Major in the IDF (reserve), speaks English, tour guide, perfect cover. Are you spying on the Christians? Or only a siren for the tourism industry? My only question is what is the bellboys rank? I know your rank...
BTW Amir, 10 bucks on Abdullah II
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