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    • David P. Adamson
    • 04.08.10 | 01:26 (IDT)

    Not all Jordanians are shooting rockets into Israel. Only some Jordanians are doing this, other Jordanians are doing what they can to prevent this. Right-wing Zionist are often accusing their neighboring Arab governments of not doing enough to restrain the extremist amongst them. In this instance the Jordanians we’re successful in complying to Israeli demands for better policing and in doing so have made themselves a target of the same Arab-Islamic extremist. “the group known as Global Jihad, intended to hit Aqaba no less than Eilat.” The honorable thing to do would be to acknowledge their cooperation and thank them for the effort. I am sure this was not popular with their entire constituency. From your comments, especially your cavalier attitude towards the historical and continued imposition of the Jewish Zionist expansionism upon neighboring cultures, I don’t expect you to be reasonable. My comment, and this further explanation, is being offered for the more responsible visitors to this site. To answer your question; Yes, I mean to suggest “that right-wing zionists are not thankful to governments who stop terrorists?”, or at least that their gratitude is less vocal then their criticism towards these same governments for not doing more. …And would you sir please stop hiding behind an alias?

    from the article: MESS Report / World Jihad targeting Jordan and Egypt, not just Israel
    First published 01:42 03.08.10 | Last updated 01:42 03.08.10
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