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Jordanian Blame Game On Temple Mount Hints Future Trouble

Israel Police are working to contain the violence by limiting access to the site to Muslim men
Israeli police enter the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City to disperse stone-throwing Palestinian protesters.

Israeli police enter the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City to disperse stone-throwing Palestinian protesters.
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The Jordanian monarch is a master at knowing how to tiptoe through the raindrops.

When his own country – and in fact, the entire region – is a tinderbox, King Abdullah II knows the only safe route is to start yelling at Israel. And so he has.

After a week in which daily violence by Islamic ‘worshipers’ at the Temple Mount forced Israel Police to close Judaism’s holiest site to nearly everyone, Jordan had the temerity Monday to scold Israel for the bad behavior of Arab Muslims.

Only Muslim men over age 50 – and women of any age — with Israeli identity cards were allowed to enter the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem. This, after days of rioting in which ‘worshipers’ at the Al Aqsa mosque hurled rocks stockpiled in the building at visitors and police in the area.

Officials at Jordan’s Foreign Ministry called Israeli Ambassador to Amman Daniel Nevo on Monday – the seventh and final holy day of the Jewish holiday of Passover – to condemn Sunday’s arrests of 24 rioters, the official Petra news agency reported.

Jordan called the violence on the Temple Mount a ‘violation of international law’ and ‘of Jordan’s peace treaty with Israel.’

Jordanian officials scolded Ambassador Nevo about the arrests, conveniently ignoring the fact that the violence was perpetrated by Muslim Arabs. Jordan turned a blind eye to the fact that the rioters are being egged on by Islamic imams under the auspices of the Waqf – the religious Islamic Authority the administers the site. (The Waqf has a direct connection to the Jordanian government.)

Instead, Jordan accused Israel of “the entry of radical Jews, hurting the sanctity of the Al Aqsa mosque, attacks on worshipers and employees of the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf.”

Part of the job requirement to be an Israeli ambassador in Amman is that one possess the patience of Job. (Excuse the pun.) Ambassador Nevo replied that he would pass the message on to Jerusalem, according to the report by Petra.

What is not mentioned in the report is that Jordan may be attempting to absolve itself from having to deal with the issue of the Temple Mount in any future brouhaha with the Palestinian Authority or with Arab nations.

Jordan is now officially on record of having protected the sanctity of the Jerusalem site.

Lots of noise and disapproving imagery.

But the bottom line remains that the rioters were wrong, are still wrong, and will continue to be wrong in their desecration of a holy site. The Hashemite monarch – an observant Muslim of Bedouin descent – knows this. He would never tolerate such garbage. These people would have been in jail months ago.

No Arab leader would tolerate such behavior. Most would have removed them permanently.

But it serves their purpose to incite the rioters at Al Aqsa and to encourage them to continue their violence, to keep the pot simmering in Jerusalem and elsewhere throughout Israel.

Just as they did prior to every war they launched against the Jewish nation in the past.

Each time, their manipulated Arab brethren were stupid enough to swallow the bait – hook, line and sinker. They paid a heavy price for that and so did we, with rivers of blood and years of pain. Those who realized what was happening watched in complete frustration, totally helpless to do anything about it.

And it looks like it’s about to happen again.

Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas is reaching the end of his productive political career, and he knows it. As corrupt, avaricious and vindictive as he has been, he has nevertheless minimized violence when he could. He knows there will be no two-state solution. It was never a viable option in any case. Nor was anyone allowed to come up with a better one, given the vicious creatures bent on terror who held power over the majority of the PA government.

About the Author: Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for Babble.com, Chabad.org and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.


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44 Responses to “Jordanian Blame Game On Temple Mount Hints Future Trouble”

  1. it proves a single point that the temple mount has been invaded by a foreign army… under the guise of the waqf…

  2. Ken Man says:

    Time to close it off to mohammadists

  3. Ira Abramson says:

    I though he was a good guy. Not his father!

  4. Ira Abramson says:

    I though he was a good guy. Not his father!

  5. The so called King is full of it along with his American born wife.

  6. TEMPLE MOUNT IS JEWISH FOR 3000 YEARS. ISRAEL MUST END THE STATUS QUO WHIT JORDAN. MUST BE FREE FOR ALL THAT WANT TO PRAY

  7. TEMPLE MOUNT IS JEWISH FOR 3000 YEARS. ISRAEL MUST END THE STATUS QUO WHIT JORDAN. MUST BE FREE FOR ALL THAT WANT TO PRAY

  8. Burn the toilet down and see what happens! Any problems and start shifting the Arabs back east of the Jordan where they belong! Rock throwers east of the Jordan – any trouble makers east of the Jordan – protesters east of the Jordan – lazy non workers east of the Jordan etc

  9. muslims/islam/allah are the worst things/idols on earth.

  10. Brad Cruise says:

    The propaganda machine is pointing at Israel. The land was given to them by a promise of the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob.

  11. NOT TRUE !!! This is a place of worship and there must NOT be any of this non-sense.

  12. The state of Israel is a souvern state and has all rights to protect its own citizens.

  13. he should be careful about what he says. he just might loose his kingdom

  14. Joel Fisher says:

    Israel should be calling in the Jordanian ambassador! They asked for and have responsibility on Har Habayit – They have to keep their Muslim denizens behaved and calm!

  15. Peggy Green says:

    Of course, isn’t it aways their fault, and they are to blame for global warming, to blame for the cold cold winter, to blame for Romney losing the last election, to blame for Obama being blamed for the failed health care law, to blame for the rise in gas prices and to blame for the rise in food prices.

  16. David Darko says:

    “Idol god Allah”presence in Yisreal is evil and blasphemy against the Holy Land. The Jordanian king should move all mosques from Yisreal.

  17. How does Jordan’s king gain by fomenting more violence? Puts his regime in jeopardy. He is a Bedouin

  18. Jason Reaney says:

    get off the temple mount u arab idiots

  19. Build temple today,kill all Philastines.

  20. That’s what a typical muslim does! they alway blame others !!

  21. Close their temple down, build the temple of God which is the only temple that should be there. Put your pants on Israel! Enough is enough!

  22. It. So sad, that. To blaming Israel, for what is happening in there own holy city.

  23. Do you remember the old song: “Esly v krane net vody, znachit vypily zhidy” My apologies to people who do not speak Russian.

  24. The King needs an enema, he seems to be so full of it. Blame the Jews, that’s the name of his game since his so called sh–hole kingdom is a bit shaky these days. Like, the Palestinians are never to blame- right!

  25. The King needs an enema, he seems to be so full of it. Blame the Jews, that’s the name of his game since his so called sh–hole kingdom is a bit shaky these days. Like, the Palestinians are never to blame- right!

  26. What’s wrong to go and pray there? It’s the place of our Patriarchs! Evil Muslims!

  27. Pakestine is Jordan

  28. M'Lissa Saks says:

    If her were wise, he’d keep his mouth shut. Israel know where he is.

  29. The Temple Mount belongs to the Jews. Screw those arabs.

  30. SEND THOSE MUSLIMSSS=DEVILSSS=PALA****S BACK TO JORDAN WHERE THEY COME FROM!! ISRAEL DO NOT NEED REFUGES MUSLIMSSS=MURDERSS IN HER COUNTRY!!

  31. Gene Strong says:

    Israel.should.deport all.muslims from.jerusalem and seize control.of gaza.

  32. Jesse Long says:

    …and the West Bank.

  33. Seems he forgot the lesson of the 67 war????

  34. Mary Prine says:

    No not Israel’s fault.

  35. His dad, Hussein, did not grant visas to anyone of Jewish faith.

  36. His dad, Hussein, did not grant visas to anyone of Jewish faith.

  37. Adam Green says:

    Time to woop his ass and take back “west bank”

  38. While we are in the annexing mood, why stop with the West Bank and Gaza? Why not the East Bank as well.

  39. Ethan Winn says:

    How bout just kick off of these thugs OUT of Israel and ship the to jordan, which is where so-called ‘palestinains’ are really from anyway.

  40. Muslimhood!!! Get ou of Israel!!!!

  41. Gwenda Oates says:

    The Arabs need to go back to the desert where they are from.

  42. I’m not surprised.

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