Archive for December 6th, 2011

Will The King of Jordan Replace The Jordanian Dinar?

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Today I will focus on Jordan, The Global Oligarchy and Jordan’s relationship with The Global Oligarchy. Do I really think that the king of Jordan currently has plans for replacing the Jordanian Dinar? I don’t think so. What I do know is that the king of Jordan is a pawn of The Global Oligarchy and that The Global Oligarchy has plans to have a global currency as part of having a global government,thereby enslaving all of humanity.
The king of Jordan is obviously a pawn of the Global Oligarchy as well as a liar. If you had asked me what I thought of The King of Jordan a year ago my answer would of been very different. My perception of the king of Jordan, until The “Arab Spring”, was very gentle and kind. I thought of him as my brother in Allah who was very naive about the world around him and very ignorant of The Islamic Faith. I thought he was a misguided Muslim brother who had the heart of a God fearing man. Now I see him as one who is promoting the interests of The Global Oligarchy in Jordan. Some Jordanians think that they are an independent country. But such thinking is a product of brain washing. Jordan is very much a colony, it is a colony of the global oligarchy.
When Jordan was established it was a constitutional monarchy. Yet, over the years the constitution has been changed from a constitutional monarchy to an absolute monarchy which has some of the trappings of a democracy. It is a monarchy that is under foreign control. For ten years the king of Jordan has been king. He has given much lip service to transparency, human rights, democracy and accountability. For more than ten years the king of Jordan has spoken up against corruption, yet after all this time the people have gone to the streets demanding the end to corruption. Why, after more than ten years is there still corruption? Is the king of Jordan evil and corrupt himself, or is he totally incompetent? For more than ten years he has promised political reform, yet there has been very little political reform. Why? Some individuals within his inner circle say that those of the Jordanian tribes dislike reform. This is a lie! A group of individuals that represent most of the native Jordanians (those who are members of Jordanian tribes) are in support of everything that the opposition wants. This group wants: constitutional changes that would bring it back to a constitutional monarchy; fair and just elections that would include all Jordanians, and reforms that would bring accountability and the end of corruption in government. So, as you can see both the political opposition as well as the tribes of Jordan are in agreement. Any talk that they are not in agreement is an out right lie! Why doesn’t the king of Jordan agree to the demands of the opposition? Because, the global oligarchy doesn’t want to lose control of the government of Jordan… that is why. Because the king of Jordan is a pawn of the oligarchy and he is doing what they want… not what is best for Jordan and the people of Jordan.
There is talk that Jordan is different from other Arab countries because its leader is a wise man. This is wrong! The turmoil that came to other Arab countries has not YET come to Jordan because the perception of the Jordanian people is that their leader is responsive to them. But the more the king of Jordan delays real reforms, the more the people of Jordan will come to realize that their perception of their leader is wrong and that he is not responsive- and will not be responsive. The more they realize this the more they will start demanding a change in regime. Even now, in the Friday protests the people are chanting “Long live Jordan”- instead of “Long live the king”. This and other things that the people are chanting in the Friday protests indicate that they are starting to get fed up with delays, and that there will come a time when they will not accept any more delays. There will come a time when they will start demanding a regime change. (Allah knows best)

Source: A New Era.

Hamas calls for extending urgent relief material to Somalia


DAMASCUS, (PIC)– Hamas movement called for extending badly needed relief material to the drought-stricken Horn of Africa in general and Somalia in particular in light of the tragic conditions that befell them.

The movement said in a statement on Saturday that it was following up with concern news of the drought in Somalia and other countries in the Horn of Africa, which led to a serious humanitarian tragedy that was affecting the lives of millions of people.

Hamas appealed to the Palestinian, Arab, and Islamic peoples along with the Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the charitable societies, and the international organizations to extend immediate help and assistance to the people in Somalia and Horn of Africa, who are threatened with famine and death as a result of this disaster.

Source: The Palestine Information Center.

Egypt turns back 450 people at Rafah crossing

Sunday 31/07/2011

GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Egyptian authorities on Saturday turned back 450 people from Gaza at the Rafah border crossing.

The step was believed to be related to the deteriorating security situation in Egypt’s Sinai. Five people were killed in clashes which erupted Friday between the army and Islamists in the city of Al-Arish. The unrest spread to Rafah, a city which straddles the Egypt-Gaza border.

The Ministry of Interior in Gaza said in a statement that those who were scheduled to travel on July 21 and on Thursday would be given priority to cross the border on Monday.

The ministry added that those traveling to study, work or seek medical treatment would be given priority to cross the border from Monday.

Gaza residents hailed Egypt’s decision to reopen the Rafah border crossing in May, after an uprising overthrew the government of former President Hosni Mubarak.

The decision ended Egypt’s cooperation with a Israel’s blockade of the coastal enclave.

But since the border reopened, Egypt has closely restricted the number of travelers able to cross each day, leading to repeated requests from Palestinians including the Gaza-based Hamas government for larger travel quotas.

AFP contributed to this report

Source: Ma’an News Agency.

Qatar Charity issues ATM cards to Palestinians

Sunday, 31 July 2011

DOHA: Qatar Charity for the first time has donated funds to many Palestinian families through Automatic Teller Machine cards.

A total of 3,691 Palestinian families were able to withdraw money from banks using ATM cards in different parts of the country. Funds were transferred to their accounts through a Qatar Charity’s project to support needy people in Palestine.

Many poor families, orphans, students and people with special need benefit from this program, during Ramadan.

Ramadan Asay, Director of Qatar Charity in Palestine, said that the project aims to help people in Palestine in the month of Ramadan and they could withdraw money from the banks at any place of the country.

This Qatar Charity project will help 8,500 needy Palestinian families.

Source: The Peninsula.

Syrian troops open fire on refugees fleeing to Lebanon

BEIRUT (BNO NEWS) — Syrian forces on Saturday opened fire on refugees fleeing into Lebanon, a security source told the Daily Star.

The source said that the gunfire, which lasted about 20 minutes, began after around 30 families entered Lebanon between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. through the unofficial border crossing at Lebanese border town of Kneisseh in the Wadi Khaled area in the north.

Syrians continue to cross into Lebanon despite the tightened security along the borders by Syrian troops. Some have been killed or wounded in the process, according to reports.

Thousands of Syrians have fled to neighboring countries – Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey- since the unrest began in Syria in mid-March. The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said last week that there are currently around 2,300 Syrian refugees in Lebanon, compared to 5,000 in May. It is believed, however, that the real numbers are significantly higher.

According to the UNHCR, there are currently 728 refugees living in poor conditions; 530 persons not hosted by the local community and 1,500 at risk of no longer being hosted by the local community in Lebanon.

Human rights groups said that more than 1,400 people have died since the government crackdown on protesters began and tens of thousands have been arrested. Global campaign group Avaaz said this week that almost 3,000 people have been forcibly disappeared.

In mid-March, pro-democracy demonstrations began in Syria and have continued across the country, which has been ruled by the Baath Party since 1963. Protesters are demanding the ouster of President Bashar al-Assad, who took over his father in 2000.

Assad previously said that the recent events in the country are a conspiracy against national unity. The Syrian government has repeatedly claimed that the violent acts have been instigated by terrorists who use military uniforms and weaponry to pose as soldiers while attacking citizens.

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

Source: WireUpdate.