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Nazi regime Plans To Double The Number Of Colonists In The Jordan Valley


The Nazi regime is preparing a plan to double the number of Nazi Jewish colonists in the Jordan Valley of the occupied West bank.

The new plan was presented by Israeli “Housing Minister” Yoav Galant, who previously served as the Nazi Commander of the Southern Command in the Nazi army, and aims at doubling the number of colonists in the Jordan Valley, to reach approximately 12000.

As part of his plan, the Nazi regime would be providing serious incentives to entice Zionist families to live, build and work in the Jordan Valley, through direct cooperation with various government ministries, to control the entire area.

Nazi Minister said that “Israel’s leaders all agree that the Jordan Valley, will always be part of the state under any possible future peace agreement.”

Mahdi Daraghma, a member of a Local Council in the Jordan Valley, said the army has already ordered the eviction of Palestinians from Ein al-Hilwa and Khirbet Um al-Jamal, and the al-Maleh area in the Northern Plains, within the coming eight days.

Daraghma added that the families received sixty orders to evacuate their dwellings, barns and agricultural sheds, an issue which would displace 200 Palestinians.

He also said that the new orders were issued on November 1st, and the families only received them on the evening of November 9th.

This means that the Nazi army could invade these communities and displace the families at any given moment.

Nazi colonies in the occupied territories, including in and around East Jerusalem and the Jordan Valley, are illegal under International Law, and the Fourth Geneva Convention.

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US asks Syria militant groups to retreat to Jordan amid army advances

Fighters from the so-called Free Syrian Army disembark from an armored vehicle near the town of Bizaah northeast of the city of Al-Bab on February 4, 2017. (Photo by AFP)
US backed terrorists from the so-called Free Syrian Army disembark from an armored vehicle near the town of Bizaah northeast of the city of Al-Bab on February 4, 2017. 

The US and its allies have urged two militant groups fighting the government in southeastern Syria to retreat into Jordan in the face of army advances, Reuters has quoted militant sources as saying.

Both Usoud al-Sharqiya and Martyr Ahmad Abdo, part of the so-called Free Syrian Army group, were urged by their main backers, the CIA and some Arab states, including Jordan and Saudi Arabia, to end fighting in the area, militant sources said.

Badr al Din al Salamah, a senior official in the Usoud al Sharqiya group, said, “There is an official request for us to leave the area.”

The request comes as the Syrian army is advancing against foreign-backed militants after retaking control of a string of border posts with Jordan.

The militant commanders were allegedly told in a letter that their presence in a small enclave near the Jordanian border posed a threat to them.

The two groups, which have hundreds of fighters, will subsequently have to hand over heavy artillery and scores of US-made anti-tank missiles, according to the militants.

The decision has reportedly irritated the militants. In a meeting on Saturday, their commanders told the joint operations center in Jordan that they would rather “stay and die” in the desert.

“We have rejected the request, since if we entered Jordan we would consider it the end,” al-Salameh said.

Another militant source said they don’t oppose the withdrawal, but they want assurances from Jordan that they could lobby to expand a ceasefire brokered by Russia and the US in southwest Syria to the Badia desert area.

Said Seif, a spokesman for the Martyr Ahmad Abdo group, said, “We have accepted in principle and there are matters that have to be resolved. But until this moment there is no final agreement on withdrawing and we are still in the Badia and still fighting at our posts.”

Syrian government forces gesture and inspect the site as they arrive to a destroyed bridge on a road between the Kabajeb and al-Shula on the southwestern outskirts of Dayr al-Zawr on September 8, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

The news comes amid reports that US aircraft were evacuating Daesh field commanders in Dayr al-Zawr in the face of army advances.

Last month, CIA funded Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which is sympathetic to militants, reported at least five instances of US airlifts of Daesh elements in Dayr al-Zawr. Washington has rejected the reports as “false.”

The US has long been accused of colluding with Daesh through providing safe passage and logistical support to members of the Takfiri group in conflict zones.

Last week, Syrian government forces broke the three-year-long Daesh siege on Dayr al-Zawr, the provincial capital of the oil-rich province of the same name.

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Seven Jordanian Companies End Contracts with G4S Security Company

Jordan BDS, today, announced that seven private and public companies have discontinued their service contracts with G4S, the security company. This announcement comes in response to a global boycott call against G4S’ parent company for its complicity in Nazi regime of occupation and settler-colonialism.

In particular, the companies are:

Jordan Hospital Medical Centre
Abdali Boulevard Company & MAB Facilities Management
Jordan Dubai Islamic Bank/Safwa
Specialized Technical Services
A leading local bank..

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Jordan charges Nazi embassy guard with murder

Zionist puppet of Jordan with Naziyahu

Jordan’s public prosecutor says murder charges have been filed against an Nazi embassy guard, who recently shot dead two Jordanians in Amman.

State media said Friday that Attorney General Akram Masaadeh charged the guard with two counts of murder and possession of an unlicensed firearm.

The official argued that diplomatic immunity did not mean the “killer” could not be put on trial in his own country.

Nazi regime source, who also spoke on condition of anonymity, said his regime was also “giving preliminary consideration to offering compensation to the family of the second Jordanian (the landlord) killed in the incident.”

The development came after Zionist puppet Abdullah of Jordan angrily urged Nazi Prime Minister Naziyahu to put the guard on trial, warning that the issue jeopardizes Amman-Tel Aviv ties.

“We demand that the Israeli Prime Minister abides by his commitment and takes all measures to ensure the trial of the killer, and not handle this like a political show to achieve personal political gains,” Reuters quoted him as saying.

Zionist puppet Abdullah made the remarks when he visited the family of one of the victims, during which he pledged that the state would “do everything within its means” to get justice for the two men.

Zionist puppet Abdullah lashed out at Naziyahu for giving the guard a hero’s embrace after Nazi regime brought him home under diplomatic immunity, saying the behavior was “provocative on all fronts and enrages us, destabilizes security and fuels extremism.”

On Sunday, the guard shot dead Jordanian teenager Mohammad Jawawdah at Nazi embassy in Amman as well as the landlord of the house in the compound where the guard lived.

During the funeral procession of Jawawdah on Tuesday, thousands of Jordanians protested against the Nazi regime, calling on their Zionist puppet to close the Nazi embassy and scrap the country’s peace treaty with Tel Aviv.

Nazi regime claims that the guard had been defending himself in a “terrorist attack” after Jawawdah attacked him with a screwdriver. It is still unclear how the landlord came to be shot.

However, the Jordanian police, who were unable to question the guard, say the guard shot the teenager, who worked for a furniture company and was delivering an order, after they got into a brawl.

Zionist puppet Abdullah also pointed to a previous incident in March 2014, in which an Nazi soldier shot dead a Jordanian judge at a border crossing. No investigation was ever conducted.

“The way Israel handles the embassy case and the judge’s killing and other cases will have a direct impact on the nature of our relationship,” he said.

Many Jordanians have accused the authorities of abdicating sovereignty by allowing the Nazi guard to leave the country, with lawmakers walking out of parliament in protest.

Jordanians are set to hold another protest on Friday to repeat their demand for closure of the Nazi Embassy and tearing up the unpopular peace treaty.

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Caught between two fires: Sudanese refugees in Jordan


There was a time when persecuted Sudanese looked to Jordan,as their only hope to reach a place where their rights and prospects could be valued. That was before the rise of right-wing populism in Europe, the election of Donald Trump, and the VIP welcome extended to Sudan’s President Omar Al-Bashir in Amman earlier this year. What then is a viable option for those seeking safety?

Ahmad is poised as a journalist from Kutum, a town that lies 120 kilm away from El Fasher, the capital of North Darfur in Sudan. His towering figure and wide shoulders sway slowly with each calculated step he takes around his home’s uneven floor, leaning on his aluminum cane for support. He is among the many Darfuris that have in recent years actively spoken out about persecution in their homeland:

I am forced to raise my voice because my family members are victims. There are real problems: rape, banishment, displacement, occupation of lands. Armed strangers occupy known areas in Kutum. We don’t know who they are. There’s no police to defend us.

Four years ago, Ahmad’s leg was injured during a Janjaweed (armed militia) raid on his village. He states that he continues to be targeted for his reporting on human rights abuses and for “collaborating” with foreign media. The Sudanese government has not shied away from or attempted to cover up its relations with the Janjaweed. On the contrary, despite various Save Darfur international campaigns over the years, relations between Khartoum and Janjaweed militias have advanced far enough for Janjaweed leaders to be granted a seat with the government delegation to the UN/African Union Peace Negotiations on the Darfur Crisis. Such alliances, Ahmad says, are one of the ways the government tries to “sow seeds of sedition to ultimately destabilize Darfur,” which is approximately the size of Spain.

In 2014, Ahmad fled Sudan with his family to Jordan to seek medical treatment, and has remained there ever since. There are around 3,200 Sudanese refugees in Jordan, caught up in a vicious cycle of poverty in East Amman’s slum neighborhoods. Statistics on the so-called “non-Syrian refugee populations” in Jordan are difficult to find, reports quantifying the socio-economic conditions of a forgotten minority refugee group like the Sudanese even more so.

According to aid groups, two out of three Syrian refugees living in Jordan’s urban neighborhoods are surviving on less than the absolute poverty line of sixty-eight Jordanian dinas (approximate ninety-six US dollas) per person per month. There is no doubt that the conditions of the Sudanese are just as dire, if not more so, given the lack of donor interest in this community.

Although migration may be the story of this era, the upheaval by African refugee groups to gain international attention has gone undetected and has overall been simply been ignored by mainstream media. The Sudanese diaspora has over the past years mobilized demonstrations in cities like Cairo, Amman, and Beirut, and all the way to Hannover and Amsterdam. In Amman, such activism took an extreme turn when it resulted in the forced deportation of more than 600 Sudanese refugees, including entire families, back to Khartoum. Some human rights groups like Human Rights Watch closely followed the deportation proceedings and publicly condemned it, but none could reverse these unlawful actions which separated families whom until today have heard nothing from their loved ones. Reports indicate that about 145 of the deportees fled renewed persecution for a second time to Cairo, where racism and violence are also rampant.

The lack of action to uphold the international principle of non-refoulment, and the deafening silence that accompanies such acts, has prompted some researchers to question the hierarchal structure within the humanitarian system. As a article published by the Middle East Research and Information Project (MERIP) explains:

“These people are paid little attention now, but not because they do not fit the legal definition of refugees. They are passed over because, in a world of protracted emergencies, finite and bifurcated funding mechanisms, and a politics of humanitarian priorities that amounts to selective valuation of human life, what matters is where refugees come from.”

Aicha Elbasri, former spokesperson of the African Union/United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID), takes an even stronger stance in pointing out the UN’s role in fueling the conflict, which has prioritized maintaining diplomatic ties with the Sudanese government over speaking the truth about these powers. Elbasri resigned eight months after taking up her post with the following words: “As an Arab-African Muslim, I refuse to remain silent while innocent civilians are being killed in my name. I chose to end my UN career to regain my freedom to speak out. I have only lost a job; countless Darfuris are still losing their lives.”

Earlier this year I had the chance to discuss the predicament of the Sudanese population in Jordan with a high-ranking UN official in Amman. He seemed genuinely concerned about their dire living conditions, but tied down by the shortage of funds and other constrains. Near the end of our discussion he concluded that the time might have come for the Sudanese to reassess the Jordanian option as a pathway for resettlement.

There used to be a time when persecuted Sudanese looked to Jordan, the kingdom of refugees, as their only hope to reach a place where their rights and prospects could be valued. That was before the rise of right-wing populism in Europe, the election of Donald Trump, and the VIP welcome extended to Sudan’s President Omar Al-Bashir in Amman earlier this year during the Arab League summit. What then is a viable option for those seeking safety?

Adam is a sharp-featured yet soft spoken man in his mid-thirties. He was attending university in Khartoum when he got news of an attack on his village in West Darfur, where he lost his father, sister and brother in the space of a single day. “I left the university and returned to Darfur in a state of shock. What I found was disastrous, the villages were completely destroyed,” he recounts. While searching for ways to keep the rest of his family safe, he came across the option of applying for asylum in Jordan and eventually qualifying for resettlement in a third country, where he could then either bring his family or at least support them financially. He worked for a man on a construction site in Khartoum for nine months, and in return received his help in obtaining a passport with a medical visa to Jordan.

Three and a half years after having arrived in Jordan, without any prospect of a resettlement resolution happening anytime soon, Adam says Jordan perhaps offered him protection but not refuge. To Adam, “protection” means staying alive but is devoid of the concept of security. Some years ago, the one-bedroom apartment he shared with four other Sudanese single men was broken into by Jordanian neighbors, put on fire and robbed. He told the story while flipping through his half-burnt Sudanese passport, which had ironically already failed to protect him from abuse and exploitation.

The Sudanese embassy in Jordan takes no responsibility for Sudanese refugees in the country. To the contrary, a number of men including a theater-script writer told me that they have been targeted and intimidated by embassy staff on several occasions.

Every day, Adam leaves his home in Jabal Amman at around 3:30 am and walks under the rays of old Amman’s streetlights towards the central vegetable market in Wihdat to look for work. There, together with hundreds other men, he earns fifty piasters for each load of vegetables he transports from the merchant’s kiosk to the customer’s truck or nearby shop. On the day I met him, he had transported fifteen between from 4:00 and 10:00 in the morning. He walked out with 17.5 Jordanian dinars (approximately 24 US dollars), three of which went to renting the wheelbarrow that is property of the Amman municipality. But he considered it a good day, first because he was not arrested by the wafideen (immigrant) police for working illegally, and second for actually being paid. Sometimes, he and other Sudanese said, they are not paid for their work. “You don’t have a voice even to complain to the police because you are working illegally. As written in the refugee certificate, the bearer does not have the right to work,” Adam helplessly explains.

When you listen to Sudanese refugees in Jordan, you realize that they have become accustomed to racism and ill-treatment, and that the lack of money or food isn’t their central concern. If we eat today, the reasoning goes, we don’t have to eat tomorrow, we won’t die of hunger. The real issue that keeps them up at night is the insecurity of family members they had to leave behind. In Adam’s words, “I sometimes get in a mental state where I am not able to sleep and am only thinking of them. I think of them more than I think of my future. I want to help them out.”

The numerous difficulties they confront notwithstanding, people like Ahmad and Adam continue to speak out, insisting to be heard. “Darfur is in need of a major social peace movement,” says Ahmad. “It needs all the intruders to leave and to let people live peacefully.”

Will their voice break into the echo chambers of closed-door international meetings? And if it does, will there be politicians in those rooms willing to make a difference? As Francis Deng, a politician and diplomat from South Sudan, once said: “What we are silent about is what divides us.”

Author’s Note: Some names in this article have been changed to protect identities.

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Syrian Arab Army takes control of Jordanian border


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By Adam Garrie | The Duran 

Fierce fighting with ISIS and US backed jihadists in southern Syria has been ongoing for months. In June, two convoys of Syrian and allied soldiers came under fire from US forces illegally operating in the desert areas of southern Syria near the borders with Iraq and Jordan.

Today, the Russian General Staff announced that Syrian forces are now in full control of 105 kilometres of the border with Jordan. Jordan which for decades has been hostile to Syria has been an important passage for terrorists and illegal armed forces entering Syria.

The Russian General Staff who work closely with the Syrian Arab Army as part of the anti-terrorist coalition in the country issued the following statement as offered by Russian Col. Gen. Sergei Surovikin,

“As part of the advance of the Syrian army and militia on Daesh’s (ISIS) positions, the control over 105 kilometres of the Syrian-Jordanian border has been restored

The efforts of the government forces on establishing full control over the Syrian-Jordanian border and the border with Iraq continue”.

This not only will help seal off areas where militants can enter Syria but crucially it will send a clear message to the Jordanian armed forces that their presence will not be allowed nor tolerated in Syria.

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Syria: Watching the Jordanian Border America’s Military Buildup

While focus regarding the Syrian conflict has shifted almost exclusively to recent US cruise missile strikes, what the strikes are designed to lay the groundwork for holds much larger implications. Particular attention should be focused on US forces operating both within Syrian territory and along Syria’s borders.

Normalizing the use of stand-off weapons like cruise missiles makes it easier and more likely that similar attacks will unfold in the near future – particularly if Syria and its allies fail to demonstrate a significant deterrence against future attacks.

The use of stand-off weapons by the United States and the routine use of airstrikes by US allies including Israel within Syrian territory will likely open the door to wider and more direct military intervention against the Syrian government.

Punitive strikes will shift incrementally to a concerted effort to dismantle Syria’s fighting capacity, inviting either US proxies to overthrow the Syrian government, or for US forces to do so directly – or likely a combination of both.

Preparing for just such an escalation are not only US forces continuously expanding the scale and scope of their presence in eastern Syria and NATO-member Turkey’s forces in northern Syria, but also a US-led proxy army being staged in and operated from, for years now, in Jordan.

Jordan: The Other “Turkey”

It was from Jordan that a rumored column of US armored vehicles recently entered Syrian territory. CNN, in an article titled, Coalition and Syrian opposition forces repel ISIS attack,” would report that:

Anti-ISIS coalition troops and allied Syrian opposition forces have repelled an attack by the terrorist group on a joint base in southern Syria, according to the coalition. 

The US-led coalition said ISIS initiated a complex attack on Saturday at the At Tanf Garrison on the Syrian-Jordanian border using a vehicle-borne IED, and 20-30 fighters followed with a ground assault and suicide vests.

CNN would also report that:

Some American forces were at the base at the time of the assault, the official said.

Additionally, for years, US policymakers and media platforms have discussed both potential plans for staging an invading force in Jordan, as well as ongoing efforts to stand up a proxy force in Jordan before moving it into Syrian territory.

In 2015, the Guardian in an article titled, US begins training Syrian rebels in Jordan to become anti-Isis force,” would report:

Jordanian officials told reporters on Thursday that coalition forces have begun training prescreened rebels at a site inside the Middle Eastern kingdom. Training locations are also expected to begin operation in Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

A 2016 article by the Washington Post titled,Revamped U.S. training program, with new goals, has trained fewer than 100 Syrians so far,” would report:

U.S. military officials are considering ways to ramp up training of Syrian fighters against the Islamic State as the Pentagon moves cautiously forward with a revamped program to create an effective local ground force.

The series of setbacks hindering the creation of an “opposition army” from scratch, and even setbacks in training and effectively utilising existing militant and terrorist groups may be why the US has also sought to create its own large and growing military presence in Jordan.

In 2013, the Heritage Foundation would publish an article titled,Hagel Announces Deployment of U.S. Troops to Jordan in Response to Worsening Syria Crisis,” claiming:

Although initially tasked with playing a support role in assisting Jordan in developing contingency plans for mitigating the destabilizing spillover effects of Syria’s civil war, the troops could “potentially form a joint task force for military operations, if ordered.” The headquarters staff will lay the foundation for a formal U.S. military presence that could grow to 20,000 troops or more, if the Obama Administration activates contingency plans for a major U.S. military intervention.

According to most estimates from across the Western media, approximately 1,000-2,000 US service members are currently stationed in Jordan. Expanding that number to 20,000 or more would surely be noticed by Syrian, Russian, and Iranian intelligence agencies. Likewise, the creation and deployment of a full-scale invasion force created by America’s Persian Gulf allies or NATO-member Turkey would likewise be noticed long before having a chance to storm Syrian territory.

Invasion or Further Balkanization?

Instead of a full-scale invasion, what is more likely is the incremental Balkanization of Syria, with Turkey already holding significant territory in the north, Israel maintaining its long-term occupation of the Golan Heights in the west, US troops occupying Syrian territory in east, alongside Persian Gulf sponsored terrorists holding both the eastern city of Raqqa and the northern city of Idlib.

A US-led incursion into southern Syria could likewise carve off territory even if such an incursion falls short of reaching Damascus or toppling the government presiding there.

With focus elsewhere – particularly along Syria’s border with Turkey and amid operations aimed at taking back both Raqqa and Idlib – Jordan has enjoyed relative obscurity amid geopolitical analysis. However – as the endgame approaches and the US increasingly becomes desperate – Jordan’s role as a staging point and potential vector into Syria for additional US troops and for the carving out of additional Syrian territory should be noted and brought to the public’s attention.

Additionally, it is important for the public to understand that America’s “new policy” toward Syria is simply a redux of years – even decades – of attempts to use both proxy and direct military force against the Syrian state to depose its government and create either a proxy or a failed state to take its place. While many personal and political motivations will be assigned to US President Donald Trump for why “he” is pursuing expanded aggression against Syria, it should be noted that the plans “he” is now executing sat on former President Barack Obama’s desk for years waiting for the right moment to be implemented – only to be complicated by Syrian resilience and Russia’s 2015 intervention.

With this in mind, and with pressure on the Jordanian government, Jordan may rein in US forces operating from its territory, hindering, even if ever so slightly, US ambitions to further compound Syria’s tragic, ongoing conflict.

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Nazi regime proposes railroad to Saudi Zio-Wahhabi family via Jordan



The Nazi Jewish regime has proposed construction of a railroad connecting the occupied territories to Saudi Zio-Wahhabi family via Jordan.

Nazi Transport Minister Yisrael Katz said on Wednesday that Washington had also welcomed the plan, but he declined to say whether Zio-Wahhabi and Zionist king of Jordan had supported the proposal.

The link is designed to connect the Saudi port of Daman in the Persian Gulf via Jordan to the Mediterranean port of Haifa in northern occupied Palestine 1948, according to the Nazi minister.

Katz, who has declared himself as a candidate to succeed Prime Minister Naziyahu when the premier steps down, said the rail line would notably cut the distance needed to move goods.

The minister also elaborated on the plan, saying only a small distance of track was needed to link the current Nazi network in the north with the occupied West Bank near the city of Jenin and Jordan at Sheikh Hussein crossing.

Egypt and Jordan are the only two Zio-Puppet regimes that have official diplomatic ties with the Nazi regime and host Nazi missions. The rest of the Arab governments have no diplomatic relations with the Nazi regime, and seek to portray themselves as Tel Aviv’s traditional adversaries and upholders of the Palestinian cause.

Even so, reports have indicated that some of the governments, including Saudi Zio-Wahhabi family and the Zio-Wahhabi United Arab Emirates, have had secret relations with the Nazi regime covertly appeasing the regime.

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Jordan: Zionist puppet Abdullah to Pave Way for Antichrist?

Jordan’s King Abdullah to Pave Way for Antichrist?

(left, Abdullah makes Masonic signs with Putin) 
Al-Mahdi is the redeemer of the Muslim world who will usher in the final Caliphate which will last 7-9 years before the return of Jesus Christ. YM believes King Abdullah II of Jordan will play the role of a false Al-Mahdi who will prepare for the return of the antichrist, David Mayer Rothschild. 
by YM
 Few people take notice in the news to names like King Abdullah II of Jordan (Jewrdan). The Anglo-Saxon, semi celebrity (appeared in a Star Trek episode) Arab who came to power in 1999 at the ripe age of 37 inherited a contemporary Arab nation which sits along borders with Israel, Syria, Iraq and what’s known as Arabia.
His rise to kingship was suspicious to say the least. It was only in his deathbed in a US hospital did his father, the late king Hussein, name Abdullah II as his heir just before his death. Previously, in 80’s he had declared his brother as crown prince, later changed his decision to his eldest son Ali (from third wife, Queen Alia), but in 1992 decided he would chose one of his nephews instead.


Historically called the land of Hejaz and recently named ‘Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’, the region once was ruled by his grandfather of the Hashemite clan (clan of Prophet Mohammed) from 1916-1925.
The region of Hejaz encompasses two very important cities and sacred sites to Muslims. One being Makkah, the birthplace of Prophet Mohammed and home of the sacred Al-Hiram Mosque /Al-Kaba’a, the other being Medinah, home to Prophet Mohammed’s Mosque and his burial site. In addition to kingship over Jordan and Hejaz, the Hashemite dynasty also ruled over parts of Iraq and what is now known as Syria.

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However, in 1920’s the British through their agents and syndicates, and similar to pawns on chess board, rolled back the Hashemites in favor for the crypto-Jewish clan of Al-Saud, originally from Iraq.
In return, the British/Rothschilds promised the Hashemites full control of all Arab nations.
Today, we are nearly witnessing this promise being honored and implemented. Not only did the ‘Arab Spring’ weaken three of the four (Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Egypt) most feared armies in the region but it left Jordan unscathed and only served to strengthen and empower ‘Israel’. Of course, both nations are equally complicit for the conception of ISIS. An estimated 30 percent of ISIS members are of Jordanian nationality. It is a fact that the unrest and violence in Syria started along the boarders with Jordan where the CIA and Military had been active for years.
Another reason to suspect Jordan’s complicity is the war games dubbed ‘Operation Eager Lion’ being held annually by a 20-nation coalition in Jordan since 2011.
Nations like US, UK, Australia, Canada, France and Pakistan have been conducting joint war drills  in Jordan for six years now in semi-secrecy for dubious reasons. If the name of the operation is an indication, we may see the fall of Assad and rise of king Abdullah II soon. The Syrian president’s name ‘Assad’ translates directly to ‘Lion’.
In 2015, Jordan’s king, whose mother is an aristocratic British Jew named Antoinette Avril Gardiner, raised the Hashemite banner. Muslims carry the lineage and surname of the father but a Jew is only a Jew through his mother.
The banner is believed by some to be that of the prophesied ‘Sufyani’ character in Islamic eschatology. Abu Sufyan was Prophet Mohammed’s long time nemesis. He was defeated when Prophet Muhammed peacefully and without a single bloodshed returned to conquer Makkah after being exiled by its pagan tribal leaders, mainly Abu Sufyan. According to Prophetic narrations the Sufyani’s banner will be a red standard.


Left, The raising of the Hashemite banner and customary attire of soldiers signifying ‘revenge’.
The media was quick to report on the auspicious ceremony. The extremely rare raising of the 500 year old banner and the manner in which it was carried left many bewildered.
The observer would ask, Who is the king taking revenge on? ISIS, Al-Sauds, Assad or is it Prophet Mohammed (and his true progeny Al-Mahdi) perhaps?
Others cited the ceremony and banner to signify the ushering of a more prominent role of Jordan’s king in the region. 
Jordanian MP Wasfi Rawashda wrote on his Facebook page about the historical implications behind the banner. “I believe that this is a clear message that the region is in the process of drawing a new map in which the borders of Sykes-Picot will be altered and the Arab Orient will be redrawn under new names.” 
Rawashda’s outlook and ‘prediction’ can directly be linked to prophesies stating that ‘Al-Sufyani’ (false Mahdi) will be the first to send army to quill Al-Mahdi’s (true Caliph) emergence in Makkah. It’s no surprise that in 2011, Jordan entered into a defense agreement with the Gulf Countries Cooperation (GCC). Jordan’s king is now legally able to militarily intervene in places like Makkah and Medinah!

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One world religion leaders like this mystic Sufi, now deceased (far right), with followers in the millions, have proclaimed King Abdullah II (left) as Caliph of Muslims and leader over all Arabs as far back as 2010!
 All evidences points to this plan being in the works for at least over the last one-hundred years or so. Relatively recently, many pseudo-shaykhs and religious personalities have promoted and propagandized the idea of King Abdullah as the coming Caliph. One of the more elder and most and followed is a Sufi mystic named Nazim Al-Haqqani. Haqqani is considered a heretic by most Muslims. He left his message and order clear to his followers before his death in 2014, ‘pledge allegiance to King Abdullah the coming Caliph!’. The controversial Haqqani even stated that he had the honor to kiss the hands and feet of the king!

In addition, it is also foretold that ‘Sufyani’ will reign over Jerusalem. This was partially fulfilled in 2013 when Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas designated Jordan’s King title of ‘Custodian of Al-Aqsa Mosqueand gave him even more authority at “defending and protecting” the sacred site.

More recently, the British-American raised and educated Jordanian playboy has had some harsh words for Israel regarding violations at Al-Aqsa mosque compound. It’s probably noteworthy to mention that the king is a 33 degree Freemason and an elite member of the committee of 300 which rules the world.
How can this be? One can’t help but conclude that we are we being set up by the Rothschilds again for a war in long-making, this time to counter the rise of the Imam Al-Mahdi with their false Mahdi.


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In a few days (March 29th) the 2017 Arab Summit is set to conveniently commence in Amman, Jordan for the first time in sixteen years and only the third time since the groups inception in 1945. The Jordanian government has made it clear it will not invite the Syrian government to attend and has promised a major announcement by the end of the summit. One can only wonder if it is only by sheer coincident that the summit is set to take place at the start of seventh Islamic month of ‘Rajab’.
This just so happens to be the month the Prophesied ‘Sufyani’ is set to begin his ascension to power, prominence and domination.
Amongst other scattered yet jaw-dropping prophesies in both Sunni and Shia traditions regrading ‘Al-Sufyani’ are: “his name will be Abdullah”, his age when he comes to power is 37, he will be a king, his title is ‘Al-Sufyani Althani’ (Sufyani II), he will be ‘of red and blue’ (reference to complexion and eye colors or illuminati bloodlines) just to list a few.
The ultimate goal of the Zionists/Rothschilds appears to be the building of an opposition or an alternative to the inevitable rise of Al-Mahdi in the region to confuse and create conflict. The king of Jordan is supposedly of the bloodlines of Prophet Mohammed. He is perfect candidate for the false Mahdi. All it takes is defeating their own creation in ISIS (Iraq & Syria) , toppling Assad (Syria) and Israel handing him Jueraslam (Palestine). This would prime him to fully consolidate and assume role of Caliph of the region as well as send his army into the already deteriorating and fragile Saudi kingdom in Makkah (Hejaz).
This is earth shattering development.  In the coming days ahead, we are about to be realize if king Abdullah II is indeed the Prophesized ‘Sufyani’. If so, then we are most likely looking at the rise of Al-Mahdi by end of this year. His rule will only be for 7,8 or 9 years according to authentic traditions and narrations before handing over the baton to Jesus Christ, son of the blessed Virgin Mary to finish off the “Est. 2025” “Young Global Leader” Rothschild Antichrist. 
Let us sit and observe. It maybe that is the most important portent of our lifetime. If so, it would certainly mean glad tidings for those of us who survive the coming days and have witnessed the worst of some of the most bloodthirsty humans and their actions to now witness these magnificent men of God and their blessings in our lifetime.
Note from YM:
“YM believes King Abdullah II of Jordan will play the role of a false Al-Mahdi who will prepare for the return of the antichrist, David Mayer Rothschild.”
I actually believe what prophecy states. It states that Sufyani/King Abdullah will only be a temporary distraction, though he will be prolific and tough to beat. According to narrations his reign will only last nine months. The army which he will send to Makkah to fight Al-Mahdi will be swallowed by the earth (landsinking). Then It will all end when Imam Al-Mahdi defeats him on the eighth month of confrontation.
Sufyani does not, at least directly, pave way for the Antichrist. Sufyani has big hopes and dreams of his own. Sufyani is a forerunner to all
The antichrist
And Jesus Christ (PBUH)
As to your question re. how will we know this scenario is unfolding;
Assad is toppled because of Jordanian intervention and King Abdullah enters Damascus as victor.
If king Abdullah assumes control of Jerusalem
If king Abdullah is officially touted as Caliph
If he sends army to Makkah and Medinah
If any, some or all of these occurs; we have our man!


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Jordan: Zionist King of shame

Jordanian protesters urge government to scrap gas deals with the Nazi regime

Zionist King of shame with his Zionist master

Hundreds of Jordanians have staged a protest rally to voice their outrage at Amman’s gas agreements with the Nazi regime, calling on the government to scrap the ‘deals of shame.’

The protesters took to the streets of the capital, Amman, on Friday, carrying national flags and holding signs to decry I$raHell-Jordan gas deals, the latest of which was inked in September last year.

During the march, the Jordanian demonstrators chanted slogans such as “Our dignity is dropping from deals of shame,” with some holding posters that read, “USA stop commissioning on our blood.”

The Jordanian National Campaign also joined voices with the protesters, calling on the government to drop the 2016 deal as it represents an obstacle to the country’s independence and economic development.

Besides the dependency aspect, activists argue that the money, which will be paid to the Nazi regime by Amman under such accords, will be used to finance Nazi military and its occupation of Palestinian lands.

In September 2016, a deal was struck between Nazi gas consortium and the Jordan Electric Power Company, valued at $10 billion (€9.25 billion).

Under the deal, the US-based Noble Energy company and other investors in Nazi’s largest gas field will supply Jordan’s national electric company with 8.5 million cubic meters of gas over 15 years.

The agreement was quickly met with widespread popular opposition in Jordan, promoting thousands of people to fill the streets and slam the government over “gas imports from the Zionist enemy.”

The new turnout on Friday came weeks after Zionist newspaper Haaretz reported that the Nazi regime has been quietly exporting natural gas to Jordan through an American intermediary firm.

According to the report, gas deliveries to two Jordanian companies, the state-owned Arab Potash and Jordan Bromine, started in January. The firms had signed a 500-million-dollar, 15-year deal three years ago to purchase gas from Nazi’s Tamar partners. The US State Department had acted as a mediator to forge the deal.

Over the past months, Jordan has been rocked by separate rallies held in protest at high living expenses and unemployment.

The Jordanian government is one of the only two Arab regimes that have open, diplomatic relations with the illegal Nazi regime — the other being Egypt.

Nazi and Zionist  dog of Jordan signed a peace agreement in 1994, but many Jordanians are firmly opposed to normalization of ties with the occupying Nazi regime.

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