Jihadist Tells Iran, Uprising in Jordan Can Help Crush Israel
Of course. That’s the plan. The plucky little king must be getting hot under his collar……..
Continued below the fold……
Obama is looking to replace King Abdullah of Jordan with the Muslim Brotherhood.(IsraPundit).By Ted Belman.I have just received reliable information from a certain insider that a meeting was held two weeks ago in Turkey attended by the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar and CIA. Allegedly, Israel’s Mosad sat in as an observer. The attendees discussed what they want to happen in Jordan when the King falls. The MB was asked specifically whether it would uphold the peace treaty with Israel if it came to power and they said yes. Furthermore the MB offered to take in many Palestinians from Judea and Samaria. It struck me that this is exactly what Mudar Zahran is intending to do should he come to power. The MB is obviously following his playbook. From a different source I heard that Obama is putting financial pressure on Abdullah so that he will fall. Obama wants to replace him with the MB. Mudar Zahran says he cannot see how the Muslim Brotherhood will come to power in Jordan. They are are mostly East Bank Jordanians and are hated by the Palestinians. The Palestinians will never vote for the MB. Zahran said he could not comment nor confirm that such a meeting took place, nonetheless, he said if it turns out to be true, then Obama is betting on losing horse. Â Hmmmm…..Who needsÂ enemiesÂ with ‘friends’like Obama?Caliphat…..anyone? Â Read the full storyÂ here. Â (other news)
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The privately owned daily newspaper Al-Dostour is being investigated on charges of insulting President Mohamed Morsy, state-run MENA reported on Saturday:Â Freedom of the press, MB Egyptian style
Abu Sharif stressed that the recent popular uprisings in the region have harmed the interests of Israel, according to the Iran’s controlledÂ Fars News Agency.
“These developments (popular uprisings) in the region are in the interest of the regional nations and against the interests of the Zionist regime and have disturbed the power balance between the supporters and opponents of the Zionist regime,” Abu Sharif said.
He cited the Islamic Revolution in Iran in 1979 as the first of several events “inflicted great damage on Israel.” Abu Sharif continued, “The deterioration of relations between Turkey and Israel was the second blow at the regime and Mubarak’s fall in Egypt was another blow.
“If the regional changes reach Jordan, the Israeli regime will lose the last part of its security chain.”
Jordan and Egypt are Israel’s only neighbors with whom diplomatic relations have been established.
The 1979 treaty with Egypt has survived frigid relations in the latter part of Mubarak’s regime, and the Muslim Brotherhood victories in the Egyptian legislative and presidential elections have left the treaty in questionable terms. Egypt is not about to break it, if for no other reason than its economic value and because of political pressure from the United States, which is a major source of foreign aid to Cairo.
However, the terms of the treaty, particularly the extent of armed Egyptian soldiers in the terrorist-infested Sinai Peninsula, may be challenged by the new regime.
Relations with Jordan have been less noisy, but the majority of non-Jordanian Arabs, descendants from families who fled Israel in previous wars, have created a demographic and political time bomb for King Abdullah II.
To the north, Hizbullah controls southern Lebanon and Syria is engulfed n an all-out civil war. To the south, Israel faces Hamas terrorists in Gaza, and cells of Bedouin, Hamas and Â Al Qaedaâ€“linked terrorists in the Sinai.
The jihadists see an uprising in Jordan as leaving Israel surrounded by stated enemies with a common principle of annihilating Israel.