Will Australia actually submit to blackmail from these two failed and increasingly authoritarian Islamic states? This will be the key test that will reveal whether Scott Morrison is a true leader or another submissive sycophant capable of being intimidated into obedience by his Muslim overlords. President Trump showed the way when he moved the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem and stood up to “Palestinian” threats and violence. Why should any free nation let jihad terrorists dictate its foreign policy? Australia should stand firm. But Morrison already appears to be retreating. He and the entire world seem to have forgotten that giving into bullying only encourages more bullying.
“Malaysia and Indonesia sink Australia’s Embassy move to Jerusalem,” by David Singer, Arutz Sheva, November 27, 2018 (thanks to Mark):
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Forget about Australia moving its Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Veiled Malaysian suggestions of terrorist attacks on Australian targets if the Embassy is moved coupled with Indonesian threats to not sign a free trade agreement with Australia – will suffice to burst Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s thought-bubble.
Indonesia and Malaysia – two Islamic states – flex their muscles on Islamic claims to Jerusalem – yet pathetically fail to financially support their Islamic brethren.
Morrison first flagged the Embassy move on 16 October at a joint press conference with Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne:
“Now, in relation to our diplomatic presence in Israel. What I have simply said is this – we’re committed to a two-state solution. Australia’s position on this issue has to date assumed that it is not possible to consider the question of the recognition of Israel’s capital in Jerusalem and that be consistent with pursuing a two-state solution.
“Now, Dave Sharma, who was the Ambassador to Israel, has proposed some months ago a way forward that challenges that thinking and it says that you can achieve both and indeed by pursuing both, you are actually aiding the cause for a two state solution. Now, when people say sensible things, I think it is important to listen to them”…
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