playing hardball with a fragile state can lead to great problems on both sides. much depends on leaders coming to some agreement that satisfies many and offends few. both sides will lose if no amicable agreement is reached. Jordan should temporarily extend agreement to give time for satisfactory negotiations. not optimistic.
right.Jordan DID build the plant and opened it in 2017.Nowhere in the article does it say they didn't. Another case of this government screwing up.I am all for a right wing government but could we have one that doesn't have members who spend more time on their egos and address why the heck they are where they are in the first place.
6. Screw humanitarian gestures. What did that ever get us? Turn
off the taps until the Jordanian king stops playing political games and gets serious about getting his people to accept the peace agreement, his father signed, and more importantly Israel and the Jewish People in their native land.
Islamist Jordan? Where it's OK to lie for any purpose, and required to lie to advance Islam? Is that the Jordan we're talking about? Well, I guess the poor Jordanian boobies will just have to continue not trusting Israel. Haha.
When we signed the peace deal in 1994 part the plan was to build a Peace Airport in Jordan which would serve both Jordan and southern Israel. In the end much to the anger of the Jordanians Israel decided for security better to build its own airport rather than help finance one in Jordan. If we had gone with the original plan there would be nothing to stop Jordan canceling flights to southern Israel if they wanted just like they have done with this land lease. ISRAEL MUST ALWAYS GO IT ALONE NEVER LOOK FOR ARAB PARTNERS.