The whiny little king of the ‘country’ created toÂ appease the Hashemites for their loss of Mecca and Medina is complaining to the media (in this case the Wall Street Journal) that those mean Jooos are trying their darndest toÂ prevent him from becoming a nuclear power. Â Carl has more…
Abdullah accused Israel of pressuring countries like South Korea and France not to provide nuclear technology to Jordan.
Islamic terrorists attack police car, 3 wounded, one dead
Pali terrorists attack Â IDF near Hebron
One policeman was killed and three others were injured Monday morning as Palestinians opened fire at a police car near the West Bank settlement of Beit Hagai. The officers were making their way to Hebron from the southern city of Beersheba.
‘Victims of Bibi and Barak’s policy’
South Mount Hebron Council Head Zviki Bar Hai said the attack was prompted by the removal of roadblocks in the West Bank, which he said only increased terror. “The policemen are the victims of Bibi (Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu) and (Defense Minister Ehud)Â Barak’s calculated prevention policy.”
Yehuda Glick, spokesperson for the nearby community of Otniel, added that “those who opened the Dahariya roadblock only three weeks ago, knowing that the place served as a shelter for terrorists, should not be surprised that the terrorists took advantage of their innocence.”
The Yesha Council said in response that “the security cooperation with the Palestinians, imposed by the political echelon on the IDF in Judea and Samaria in general, and in the Hebron area in particular, cannot provide security. This is costing lives for the police, the IDF and Israel’s residents.”
The last deadly attack on a West Bank road took place in December 2009, when 40-year-old Rabbi Meir Avshalom Hai of Shavei Shomron wasÂ shot from a passing vehicle. He was seriously wounded in his head and was proclaimed dead shortly afterwards.
In March 2009, two policemen wereÂ killed in a shooting attack in the Jordan Valley. Their killers have yet to be captured.
Arabs pledge little, donate less to ‘Palestinians’
The Financial Times of London reports that with all the supposed concern that the Arab countries have for the ‘Palestinians,’ the oil-rich Arab statesÂ pledge little and donate less to UNRWA
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