Jordan’s PM resigns on 4th day of riots
Hami al-Mulki resigned Monday as Jordan’s prime minister meeting a key demand of the thousands of protesters demonstrating against price hikes for the fourth day. They erupted when the government announced price hikes for fuel and power and proposed raising income tax by five percent as part of an austerity program.
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Right now isn’t the time for the infamous IMF to put pressure on Jordan via austerity actions.
Take back har habayit…..what are they going to say now
As it was said , the Jordan is to be sacrificed by friendly American allies Saudis , which in turn will bring Israel to become a country with only 1 exit to the sea . In anyway Jordan’s total dependency on water , oil , foods , make it slowly a burden on everyone , but mostly on Israel . And this one if not stopped by Israeli ruling infantile clan, will pull Israel to oblivion as well . It looks like they were well informed over 10 years on assembly of North Army of nomads , that will destroy Jordan and its neighbors , which do include Israel and Saudis –both American puppets.
Why don’t you follow your Father Esau’s example? Give Jacob the “birthright” to the Temple Mount and he’ll help you out…
Jordan will fall soon. It is just an impediment. All Arabs from Judea and Samaria belong there.