Monday, January 8, 2018

On Abdullah
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor

Direct and to the point...

For all who doubted me when I said King Abdullah of Jordan was NO friend or ally of the United States or Israel maybe now you'll listen to me as Jordan's foreign minister, one Ayman Safadi, on the king's orders of course, is the leader of the Arab group (which includes the Arab League) that is pushing for the recognition of East Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine.

Saying that the Arab world will pursue a...and I quote, "global political decision to recognize the Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital," this was done in direct defiance of President Trump declaring an undivided Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish State of Israel.

So what say you naysayers now...still think Abdullah is one of the good guys...he ain't.

Canada: Iranian pro-freedom protesters praise Trump for standing with Iranian people, say “shame on Trudeau”
By Robert Spencer / Jiihad Watch

They claimed victory on Wednesday also, so this may not be the end of the story.
“It’s all about freedom, it’s not just about the economy.” (Thanks to Robert.)
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Geller Column: American Feminists versus Iranian Women #MeToo? Not so much


Check out my latest:
Geller: American Feminists verses Iranian Women

A woman was seen on tape declaring: “You raised your fists and ruined our lives. Now we raise our fists. Be men, join us. I as a woman will stand in front and protect you. Come represent your country.”

Strangely but consistently, American women, who have never really understood what it is to be denied their rights by a misogynist system of governance (sharia), have all but abandoned these women yearning to be free. But it’s worse than that. The leader of the women’s movement, chosen by the leftist elites, is a notorious pro-sharia, pro-terror anti-Semite, Linda Sarsour, who rather neatly plays a bait-and-switch game with Iran’s lack of freedom for women and their fight against death and oppression...

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