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Jordan urges Russia to pressure Israel

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posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 11:34 AM
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Jordan urges Russia to pressure Israel


www.presstv.com

Jordan has called on Russia to exert more pressure on the Zionist regime to halt its aggression and military operations in the Gaza Strip.

Jordanian Foreign Minister Salaheddin Al-Bashir made the remarks while meeting with Russian Envoy for Peace Process in the Middle East Alexander Sultanov, an official statement said on Monday.

According to the statement, Al-Bashir also highlighted Jordan\'s condemnation of the Israeli violations.

\"Jordan supports enhancing the Russian role in the peace process, mainly in this critical situation which demands intensifying international efforts to push forward talks between Palestinians and Israelis,\" Al-Bashir was quoted as saying.
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posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 11:34 AM
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Go Russia!

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posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 11:58 AM
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But as usual, no one thinks who will rein in the Muslim Terrorists- no one.

Want to be Russia will pressure Israel but completely ignore the Muslim terrorists


Anyone with any functioning brain cells would realize, as long as Muslim terrorists attack Israel, they will respond to the terrorists attacks.

Russian "peace" keepers would be nice "IF" and only "IF" they can contain the terrorists.

If not, what you have is the Muslim terrorists doing as they please and Russia/UN pressuring Israel.

Just like when the Lebanese tourists launched rockets while sitting behind UN observer-about 15 feet- while the UN observers did NOTHING, but bitched when Israel responded to the rocket attacks with missiles to stop the terrorists.

Wake up everyone, there will not and can not be peace until the terrorists stop, period.



posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 12:01 PM
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All this talk of Russia . I thought there was no "Russia" . Where is this mysterious Russia located?



posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 03:19 PM
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Russia is a country and still is:
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The Soviet Union made of many countries (states) no longer exists.
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There is, however, a Russian Federation made up of many countries/states. This is, however, a lose federation:
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posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 03:35 PM
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A star for your post.

Exactly and to the point. Do I smell another anti-semitic thread in the making here? Dog pile on Israel, but continue to ignore the continuous source of the violence in the ME.

Oh, and while you are posting your definitions of russia, etc., try doing one for so-called "palestine", you know, home of the so-called "palestinians". If you do, you'll find that until the U.N. carved up the area after WWII, there was basically no such thing as a "palestine" or "palestinians".


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posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 04:03 PM
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Originally posted by centurion1211
Oh, and while you are posting your definitions of russia, etc., try doing one for so-called "palestine", you know, home of the so-called "palestinians". If you do, you'll find that until the U.N. carved up the area after WWII, there was basically no such thing as a "palestine" or "palestinians".



Oh!, Well that's all dandy then.
If there were no Palestinians then it's ok to go robbing these unknown people of their lands by use of force and murdering them should they have the temerity to object in any way


Perhaps Native Americans could start murdering the current squatters on their ancient lands too and claim it all back. What's good for the goose...etc!
Of course the stinking terrorists would resist them but the the native Americans would be fully justified in killing them in defence.

Such an argument is of course without any merit at all, as is this idea that people of the Jewish faith have some sort of legal claim to the lands they have stolen from the population of what they now call Israel. In reality, most of the current Jewish Israelis are not even ethnic descendants of that region.



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