Jordan’s Abdullah: Egypt could break its peace treaty with Israel

In interview with Washington Post, King says Jordan is effectively ‘the last man standing’ with Israel ties in Mideast, saying the Arab Spring is a ‘disaster’ for Israel.

Ed note–the “Arab Spring” was/is not a “disaster” for Israel. It is EXACTLY what Israel wants/needs. These ‘revolutions’ were the brainchild of various US intelligence operations including the NED (among others). Egypt breaking the peace treaty with Israel is exactly what she wants so that she will have an excuse to move back into the Sinai militarily.


Egypt could break its peace treaty with Israel amid recent Mideast turmoil, Jordanian King Abdullah II said in an interview earlier this week, saying that his country was effectively the “last man standing” in maintaining ties with Jerusalem.

The remarks, made during an interview with the Washington Post on Monday, came amid recent criticism by the Jordanian leader regarding Israel’s conduct in peace talks with the Palestinians, saying he was “very pessimistic” as to the chances on ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

In a further interview he gave to CNN last week, Abdullah also said that a lack of American support of attempts to resume negotiations could leave “a vacuum,” adding that “whenever there is a status quo, there‚Äôs usually a war.”

However, in an interview with the Washington Post, Abdullah also referred to the possible effects or recent Mideast turmoil on Israel’s long-standing peace treaty with Egypt.

Asked on whether or not he felt Egypt could break the treaty, the Jordanian king said: “That is a very, very strong possibility,” adding that Jordan will continue to maintain its treaty with Israel because it “helps both parties.”

Referring to the Arab Spring’s effect on Israel, Abdullah said: “It is a disaster.”

“You have seen what has happened in Egypt; you have seen Turkey. We are actually the last man standing with our relationship with Israel. That puts tremendous pressure on Jordan,” he added.

When asked whether or not his recent criticism should be construed as hostility toward Israel, the Jordanian king said that what he is “saying is they are missing an opportunity here and I am very concerned.”

“This is the most frustrated I have ever been about the peace process. I think a lot of us have come to the conclusion that this particular [Israeli] government is not interested in a two-state solution,” he added.

  1. #1 by massigusoni on 10/27/2011 - 9:34

    “By deception, thou shalt make war”

  2. #2 by Garibaldi on 10/27/2011 - 9:34

    To the Editor At Large:
    Please do your readers a big favor and cease with your habitual use of the nominative “she” to denote the alien creature which currently occupies Palestine. Though “she” could at times more aptly be described as the venerated “Whore of Babylon”, some of your enlightened might perceive your continual reference to “her” to be an inherently sexist remark. Therefore, upon further consideration of the inherently inhuman nature of the Zionist entity, IMHO the perjorative “IT” would much better suffice, Grazie.

  3. #3 by Eng.Seif Elnasr Zebib on 10/27/2011 - 9:34

    Like grand father,like father,like son.

  4. #4 by Ingrid B on 10/27/2011 - 9:34

    Is Abdullah stupid? He must know by now what Israel wants, and that his day of reckoning with Israel is imminent..

  5. #5 by JASON on 10/27/2011 - 9:34


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  6. #6 by ruby22shoes on 10/28/2011 - 9:34

    I guess Abdullah is a method actor, staying in character & reciting the empire’s script. They’ll keep him around as long as he stays useful.

  7. #7 by Ingrid B on 10/28/2011 - 9:34

    @Jason, excellent article, important info..

  8. #8 by galwayspaniard on 10/29/2011 - 9:34

    Egyptians- start fixing your bomb shelters and fighting holes-dig deep- the deeper the better and pray bomb does not land right on top of you.

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