“If we won’t be able to solve the Israeli-Palestinian issue,” King Abdullah said, “Israel cannot really become a part of the Middle East,” Mako reported. Noting that the alternative to a two-state solution, one for the Jewish society in Israel and the other for Palestinians, is “much worse,” the king claimed that during “every year we lose to indecision it becomes much more complex and difficult for Israelis and Palestinians to progress.”
King Abdullah said that Israel is not a part of the Middle East, and will not be considered as part of the Middle East, until they finally decide to give into international pressure and divide their land for the Palestinians. We refer to this demonic nonsense as the the Two State Solution, I call it the the ‘final solution‘. The irony of course being that the phony Palestinians are actually Jordanians who are pretending to be Palestinians in order to get rid of Israel. The rabbit hole goes very deep. Will Israel divide the land? Joel says they will, and it will be a major reason for the Battle of Armageddon, listen:
“I will also gather all nations, and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel, whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land.” Joel 3:2 (KJV)
Israel has been back in the land for over 71 years now, and as you can see, their neighboring Muslim neighbors in no way accept them as a sovereign state until and unless they give into their demands and give up huge pieces of the land of Israel including Jerusalem, of course. And this is the way it’s going to go all the way up to the start of the time of Jacob’s trouble. Count on it.
King Abdullah: Relations with Israel at their worst
FROM THE JPOST: King Abdullah said this at a meeting of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy in New York. He added, “We hope that Israel will be able to determine its future, either in the coming weeks or in the coming months.”
“If we won’t be able to solve the Israeli-Palestinian issue,” King Abdullah said, “Israel cannot really become a part of the Middle East,” Mako reported.
Noting that the alternative to a two-state solution, one for the Jewish society in Israel and the other for Palestinians, is “much worse,” the king claimed that during “every year we lose to indecision it becomes much more complex and difficult for Israelis and Palestinians to progress.”
The King publicly prayed and kissed the ground of Naharayim, which is known as Baqura in Jordan, in early November after insisting Israel hand over the land as was agreed upon in the 1994 Peace Treaty.
Israeli farmers who own lands in what is now Jordan will need a visa to enter them. The laws governing such lands will be Jordanian laws.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered the King to connect “the train from Haifa all the way to Saudi Arabia” but the project is currently “stuck.” Netanyahu said so during a special conference on Israeli-Jordanian ties, together with the Institute for National Security Studies at Tel Aviv University. READ MORE
UN: Jordan’s King Abdullah II pushes for two-state solution at UNGA
King Abdullah II of Jordan called for the two-state solution to be implemented to bring an end to the Israel-Palestine conflict during his speech at the 74th United National General Assembly debate in New York City on Tuesday. “The two-state solution is the only genuine solution. Because, what is the alternative? One state, segregated, with unequal laws, dependent on force, betraying the deepest values of the good people on both sides? That is a formula for enduring conflict not a path to stability, security and peace.” (video from last month at the UN).