By Daniel Pipes “We’re in dire straits.” So spoke Jordan’s King Abdullah a half-year ago. A just-completed week of intensive travels and discussions throughout Jordan finds no one disagreeing with that assessment. Jordan may no longer be hyper-vulnerable and under siege, as it was in decades past; but it does face possibly unprecedented problems.
The attack in the Jordanian city of Karak on Sunday during which a Canadian tourist, seven policemen and another civilian were killed, was perpetrated by members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) terrorist organization, according to Asharq al-Awsat.
A Canadian female tourist and six others, including police officers, have been killed in gun attacks in and near the Jordanian city of Karak, a popular tourist destination, officials say. The woman has not yet been identified.
In a fact-filled presentation November 14, 2016 Professor Eugene Kontorovich, one of the world’s leading experts on international law, exploded the lies of Israeli “occupation” propagated by the Arab/Palestinian propaganda machine and swallowed by the world, that Israel has no legal rights in Judea and Samaria.
Mazin AbdulAdhim, a prominent Imam of Iraqi descent in London, Ontario who is affiliated with the radical Islamic global movement of Hizb ut-Tahrir, once again praises the young Jordanian preacher who called on the Muslim nation to launch jihad to liberate Palestine and prayed to Allah to annihilate the Jews the “enemies of humanity.”
Mazin AbdulAdhim, a prominent Imam of Iraqi descent in London, Ontario who is affiliated with the radical Islamic global movement of Hizb ut-Tahrir, commends a young Jordanian preacher who called on the Muslim nation to launch jihad to liberate Palestine and prayed to Allah to annihilate the Jews the “enemies of humanity.”
After a trip to Lebanon, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, John McCallum, continued for a two-day visit to Jordan, where he met with the Minister of Interior, the Minister of Planning and International Development, and the Canadian officials who run the Canadian Operations Centre (COC) in Amman.
Ahmed Shahwan, a popular Jordanian-Canadian musician based in Toronto, posted two videos on his Facebook page on October 8 and 10, 2015, which went viral and in a span of less than 24 hours were viewed over 40,000 times. In the first video, posted on September 8, 2015, Ahmed slammed the Center for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA) – the ...