The real face of Jordan – Opinion – Jerusalem Post

The real face of Jordan – Opinion – Jerusalem Post

I really enjoy Caroline Glick and her writing and this piece was excellent.  It shines a light on Jordan and how they truly feel about Israel and the Jewish people and they are worse than Iran when it comes to the Jews.  She speaks about a group of girls who were led to believe that they could go to Jordan for the day, enjoy their box lunches and be back in Israel for dinner.  Well that is not what happened. Shortly after getting on their buses their illusions of safety came to a brutal end.  A policeman who was supposed to be protecting them whose name was Ahmad Daqamseh opened fire on these little ones with his automatic rifle and murdered seven girls and wounded six more.  She goes on to say in the article that he would have kept killing these girls but his weapon jammed.

A policeman who was supposed to be protecting them whose name was Ahmad Daqamseh opened fire on these little ones with his automatic rifle and murdered seven girls and wounded six more.  She goes on to say in the article that he would have kept killing these girls but his weapon jammed.

King Hussein came to the homes of these girls and he bowed and asked them for forgiveness.  Meanwhile back in Jordan Hussein’s subjects were celebrating Daqamseh as a hero.  This man who should have got life in prison served only three years.  This article really changed my mind about Jordan and its people.  I believe that everyone should read this article because we never heard about this on our liberal news stations here in America. I also did not realize that the terrorist group The Muslim Brotherhood was the second largest political force in Jordan.

Israel is surrounded by people who seek their demise and we as Christians should stand strongly with Israel.

Every once in a while, the Jordanian people are given a chance to express how they really feel about Israel. It’s ugly.

Source: The real face of Jordan – Opinion – Jerusalem Post

Teresa is a Christian wife, mother and grandmother residing in Honolulu, Hawai'i. Though she first found Jesus in 1971, it wasn't until 2009, when she was diagnosed with lung cancer, that she truly drew near to Jesus and began living her life to serve Him. Though she was told that the outlook was bleak, by the grace of God and the amazing surgeons and oncologists He brought into her life, Teresa is now 8 years cancer free. She has since devoted her time to sharing the Good News of the gospel with all those she meets and talks to in person and online. She serves as a counselor and "grandma" on several different websites, offering counseling advice and prayer to believers and non-believers searching for answers. Teresa also has a passion for prophecy and the imminent rapture of the church and spends much of her time sharing news stories and Scripture indicating all of the prophecy happening in our world, everyday, before our very eyes.

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