BIN: During his speech to the general debate of the 74th Session of the General Assembly of the UN on Tuesday, King Abdullah 2 said: “nothing can take away the international rights of the Palestinian people to equality, justice and self-determination.” This statement might strike many ‘Palestinians’ in Judea and Samaria as odd. That’s because back in 2011, Jordanian authorities in Amman revoked the Jordanian citizenship of thousands of other Palestinians in order to “consolidate their Palestinian identity,” as the Jordanian government justified the process then.
Expanding on the topic, the leader of the Hashemite Kingdom said: “young people ask me why does not the world stand up for Palestinian rights isn’t it time to answer them by showing that global justice and human rights belong to them too?” Then Abdullah alluded to the Temple Mount saying “and it begins with respect for the holy sites.” Again, a rather odd statement coming from a country like Jordan who forbids Jewish worship at Jewish holy sites like Aaron’s Tomb.
Regarding the Israeli police who are sent in to quell violent Arab riots on the Temple Mount the king lamented: “What lessons do we teach young people when armed personnel into a mosque al Haram al-sharif even as Muslim worshippers gather to pray? As a Hashemite custodian I am bound by a special duty to protect Jerusalem’s Islamic and Christian holy sites but all of us have a stake and a moral obligation to uphold religious freedom and human rights.” more …
Opinion: Jordan was established as the original two-state solution in 1922, a home for Arab people, and offered only limited citizenship to Arabs living in Israel. Today, no Arab nation will offer citizenship to Arab Palestinians, leaving them as perpetual pawns.
World War 1 began on July 28, 1914. On August 2, 1914, the Ottoman–German Alliance was formed and ratified. The war ended on November 11, 1918 and the entire Ottomon Empire collapsed. The vast Ottomon lands were divided among the allies.
November 2, 1917, the British Balfour Declaration acknowledged the establishment of a Jewish home in Palestine on both sides of the Jordan River totaling 43,075 sq. miles.
The Arab world, with the help of liberal progressive politicians, have been trying to re-write history ever since.
One of Satan’s most clever achievements.
By the time Israel received her independence on May 14, 1948, the land grant had shrunk from 43,075 square miles (both sides of the Jordan river) to 5,560 square miles, 75% of which was desert.
That land reduction, authorized by Churchill, was used to carve out Trans Jordan (east of the Jordan) as a home for the Arab peoples, placing Britain in violation of the Abrahamic Covenant (Genesis 12:3); the world’s biggest empire in history, the British Empire, would begin to decline.
Today, when Jordan’s king makes outrageous remarks, “nothing can take away the rights of the Palestinian people”, he does not know that he and the Arab Palestinians, are fulfilling prophecy.
From his perch in the 5th century BC, Malachi saw what would happen at the time of the end. Malachi prophesied that Israel’s eternal enemy, Edom, would never give up the desire to covet the promised land, and prophesied they would return in the last days to kill the Jews and take it back:
“Even though Edom has said,
We have been impoverished,
But we will return and build the desolate places,”
Thus says the Lord of hosts:
“They may build, but I will throw down;
They shall be called the Territory of Wickedness,
And the people against whom the Lord will have indignation forever.” Malachi 1:4
See our paper: Israel: 50 Year Timeline 1917-1967 here