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Changes of State - Follow On and Continuing

Reader comment on item: Jordan at the Precipice
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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 30, 2017 at 13:41

While the earlier observation was still in the works, King Abdullah doubles down on being the front man for the Arab League, trying desperately to recover some semblance of relevance as the '2 State solution' appears to be dissolving while the 'PAs' Abbas' dream for full control over Israeli territory is being promulgated with the apparent blessing of the UN. What is missing here, one might ponder? What may be the 'tell' is that nether side is able to discern the American Trump Administration's full take on the Israeli reality.

Though President Trump signaled a pause in the West Bank settlement situation under the withering blaze of apartheid insinuations against Israel, PM Netanyahu appears undeterred in providing the reasons/cause for building newer developments in the region. This may signal further the process of continued reunification of historical Israeli lands with the modern day process of fulfilling the promise to Abraham; and the world will get caught unawares that the process will continue unabated, just as the Scriptures have said, King of Jordan et al, notwithstanding.


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