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Watching Jordan's King Abdula For False Peace

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Jordan's King Abdullah Calls For End of Middle East Conflict With Two-State Solution

Ottoman Empire in brown

AMMAN (AFP) — Jordan's King Abdullah II called on Wednesday for Arab states, Brussels and Washington to join forces in Middle East peace efforts, in talks with visiting EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana.

He stressed "the need to launch joint Arab, European and US action to hold serious negotiations leading to a settlement of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict on the basis of two states," the palace said in a statement.
"We should unite the efforts of the international community ... as stipulated in the Arab peace plan, avoiding the launch of a new peace initiative," the king said.
"The international community must assume its responsibility by quickly resolving the roots of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict," King Abdullah told Solana.
Jordan's King Abdullah II, King over the Hashemite Kingdom and a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad, and guardian of the holy places has been really pushing for a two-state peace solution inside of Israel to solve 'his problem' or the 'palestinian issue' to create peace.

"And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand." Daniel 8:25

When you know the 'root cause' of this 60 year old conflict, one can see why King Abdullah is in such a big hurry to dump 'his' problem' onto the Israelis.

For starters, let us look at the root cause of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict:

The Hashemite arabs, from which King Abdullah of Jordan originates, and the Brits, Winston Churchill, together, cheated Israel out of the land given to them under the Balfour Declaration of 1917 & 1922 when in 1920 Prince Abdullah Ibn Al-Hussein arrived in Trans-Jordan to start up the new government of Trans-Jordan. This very land given to the Jews included what is now King Abdullah's kingdom of Jordan. Now, apparently he wants to do it again ?The land mass of the Ottoman Empire,(see map above) ruled by muslim Turks for 400 years until 1917, had no independant states of Trans-Jordan,now Jordan, Jordan, Iraq, Israel, Syria, and Lebanon, during WWI and prior; this entire area was up 'till 1917 was ruled by muslim Turks and given to the Jews, as was the Gaza Strip, Judea & Samaria, dubbed the 'West Bank' because of Jewish support in defeating the Turks and the Germans by the Brits in WWI, and fully ratified by the League of Nations, now the UN, under the Balfour Declaration at the San Remo Conference in Italy in 1922.

The made up 'palestinians' who are Jordanian arabs, belong in Jordan, and not Israel.

When five well equipped arab armies, one being Jordan, together tried to destroy the new State of Israel one day after Israel became a state in May of 1948, the arabs told these "palestinians" to leave and when they defeated the Jews, they could come back. The only problem is the arabs lost the war and refused to let them back into Jordan.

Another factor that needs to be seriously taken in to account here is that these so-called 'palestinians,' who are really Jordanian arabs, already have their own state, Gaza, given to them by the Jews in a unilateral disengagement in 2005. What about that, King Abdullah? Isn't it time the parties in the peace negotiatians with Israel use some honesty here, stop the bold faced lie that the Jews stole their land, and admit Israel was cheated out of the land that was given to Israel outlined in the Balfour Declaration, and ratified by the League of Nations, now the UN, and stop all the senseless killing of innocent people on both sides? Times is getting short.

I will also gather all nations, and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land. Joel 3:2

Tags: King Abdullah II, Middle East Conflict, Balfour Declaration, WWI, UN, Trans-Jordan, League of Nations, Palestinian-Israeli Conflict


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