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Validating American 46th Administration's Turn for the Worse Along the Jordan

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 19, 2021 at 13:57

In increasing ignorance of Middle East politicking for the sake of casting spite at Israel and attempting to take advantage of the Israeli coalition government at its weakest stance since 2006; we do we expect to happen now?
It is being reported that Jordan may be courted to become some kind of intercessor for the American 46th Administrative Chief's intentions in the Middle East, evidently relying on Jordan's more notable role in the region as an erstwhile neighbor to Israel, even as the tensions that are obvious regarding Jordan's position as the protector of the Waqf and the issues mounting towards new antagonisms on any Jewish presence on the Temple Mount. This does not bode well for the United States in its redirected animosities towards the new Israeli government, split as it is. Think not(?): wait for it. The Islamic world can hardly wait.

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