Jordan’s Abdullah: Israel’s Situation Today More Difficult Than Ever

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jordans-king-abdullah-ii“Jordan and the future Palestine are stronger than Israel is today. It is the Israeli who is scared today,” King Abdullah of Jordan said late Sunday in Amman.
The king described a recent conversation he held in the US with “one of the Israeli intellectuals” who commented on events in the Arab world, arguing that they were good for Israel. “I replied and said that it was the opposite and that Israel’s situation today is more difficult than ever before.”

Abdullah reiterated that his country would not serve as an “alternative homeland to the Palestinians.”

According to the Jordanian leader, “Jordan is Jordan and Palestine is Palestine. We support all Palestinian rights and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state – our policy hasn’t changed. The subject of an alternative homeland must not be part of the discussion. It is unacceptable.”

Abdullah sought to reassure everyone, saying “I have never heard from any senior American official – whether Bush, Clinton or Obama – any pressure on Jordan that the Palestinian solution should come at its expense.”

“Jordan,” the king added, “Will defend its rights and support its vision of a permanent solution that would ensure the establishment of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital and a just realization of the right of return and adequate compensation.”

{Ynet/Matzav.com Newscenter}

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  1. Abdullah reiterated that his country would not serve as an “alternative homeland to the Palestinians.”

    According to the Jordanian leader, “Jordan is Jordan and Palestine is Palestine. We support all Palestinian rights and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state – our policy hasn’t changed. The subject of an alternative homeland must not be part of the discussion. It is unacceptable.”

    Abdullah sought to reassure everyone, saying “I have never heard from any senior American official – whether Bush, Clinton or Obama – any pressure on Jordan that the Palestinian solution should come at its expense.”

    “Jordan,” the king added, “Will defend its rights and support its vision of a permanent solution that would ensure the establishment of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital and a just realization of the right of return and adequate compensation.”

    Actually, Abdullah, the population of Jordan is majority “Palestinian”, and the Kingdom of Jordan is the eastern 76% of the Palestine Mandate, the whole of which belonged to the Jews.

  2. No to palestinian statehood.
    No to jerusalem as anyone else’s capital but is israel’s.
    No to the “right of return.”
    There: israel’s three nos.

  3. That abdullah guy

    It’s a shame that he has dimentia and can’t remember that he lives in palestine.

    Yes abdullah, jordan IS palestine.

    You are king of palestine. King Havdullah!

  4. The artificial country of Jordan and its artificial royal family imported years ago from Arabia have a lot to worry about if Palestinian Arabs get what they want from the UN.

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