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Thwarting the 'Palestinian' Paradigm - Again

Reader comment on item: Jordan at the Precipice
in response to reader comment: Changes of State - Follow On and Continuing

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Apr 12, 2021 at 14:39

In the recent contrasting voices of those in power and those in contention in the Hashemite Kingdom, there appears to be simmering antipathies that may have some basis of how the kingdom will be treating Israel considering the issues of who does run the Judeo-Samarian region along the Jordan River. Since Israel is not likely going to 'surrender' what is deemed by Israel as Israeli territory, the King of Jordan is under pressure within his own perceptions of what he rules versus what others are attempting to compel in contravening the Israeli model, up to and including vacating the peace accord Jordan and Israel are operating under from the last century.
Not to be sounding an alarm prematurely, but the current American Administrative Chief Executive is returning to the previous status of wartime standing by reintroducing the still born two state solution, potentially bringing America to go to war if Israel does not concede to giving up territory for peace, ala Gaza. And compromising the current peace status with Jordan just might provide the provocation for that. With Israel trying to quell its own internal issues, the Iranian Islamic Regime's nuclear ambitions being batted around like a never ending tennis match and the rest of the Middle East on edge from all corners of the world, how many rods of nuclear contention are going to be pulled out before its gets totally out of control and no one will be able to escape unscathed.


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