No nukes for the poor baby king - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • King Abdullah of Jordan
    • 15.06.10 | 10:20 (IDT)

    What a dashing, heroic looking little pumped up dwarf. This phony king of an artificial country that occupies 60% of historic Palestine gets himself tricked out in bespoke uniforms from London that belie his hermetic lack of battleground experience. Of course he should be denied access to nuclear tecnology. His crown is shaky at best, and the last thing this world needs is for nukes to fall into the hands of the throat cutters who will replace him.

    from the article: Abdullah: Israel keeping Jordan from developing peaceful nuclear program
    First published 09:26 15.06.10 | Last updated 09:26 15.06.10
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