posted on Apr, 4 2003 @ 03:22 PM
knows that the radicals in their countries are a threat that must be dealt with. The only way they seem to know how to deal with terrorism, is not to
deal with it at all. In other words ignore it. That is what we did until September 11th 2001. As long as we ignore the terror, than we support it. Now
think about Israel. The Israeli's are terrorists and so are the Palestinians, yet these are the radicals of these two peoples, not the masses. Yet
the masses pay the ultimate price for the ignorance of the few radicals there are. This is what our country will endure as the war on terrorism grows
more and more vigilant than ever before. So basically, you can fight terror, and you can ignore terror. We do both. Jordan does just one. Which one?
They ignore the terror. Then again, doesn't it seem to be in their best interests to see the terror stay with in it's neighbor Israel's borders?
Wouldn't that make sense? Why would the Jordanians want to get involved in the Palestine situation? Why would they want to stop the Palestinian
cause? If someone can tell me that, then maybe I will change my view on that government, but until then, due to common sense, I am inclined to believe
that they do have reasons to see the Palestinian state established in the manner that has been carried out. That manner is ruthless and inhumane. You
[Edited on 4-4-2003 by Abraham Virtue]