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Jordan’s Trade Unions to Place Israeli Flag in Building Entrances for All to Step On

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This from Jordan, considered the most “moderate” of the Middle Eastern Muslim countries. Jordan is supposed to have a peace treaty with Israel, but this is the reality. The Jewish State signed a peace treaty. Following in the footsteps of Muhammad in Mecca, Jordan signed a hudna – a deception, a cessation of hostilities during jihad, a retreat followed by regrouping and rearming, which permits an attack on the territory previously left behind. Jordan did not reject the ideology or doctrine of jihad.

The sanction of religious doctrines and ideologies that call for hatred, bigotry and genocide fuels not just the war on the Jewish state, but the increasingly common antisemitic attacks that we see in Europe and elsewhere.

“Jordan’s Trade Unions to Place Israeli Flag in Building Entrances for All to Step On,” by Jack Khoury, Haaretz, January 3, 2019 (thanks to Mark):

Jordan’s Professional Unions Association will place the Israeli flag at the entrance to its offices throughout the Kingdom so that those entering will have to step on it, according to media reports in Jordan.

The reports said that the decision was made in condemnation of Israel’s continued occupation of the Palestinian territories and in response to a complaint Israel submitted to Jordan’s Foreign Ministry on the matter.

On Sunday, the Foreign Ministry said that it filed a strong condemnation with the Jordanian government over a photo of the Jordanian Information Minister Jumana Ghunaimat stepping on the Israeli flag in the engineers’ union building in Amman, which it described as an “act of disrespect.” The ministry called the acting Jordanian ambassador in Israel, Mohammad Hmeid, to its offices for “clarifications.”

Jordanian Prime Minister Omar Razzaz reportedly entered the same building from a side entrance in order to avoid stepping on the flag. Jordan said in response to Israel’s complaint that the building was privately owned and that the government therefore cannot intervene….

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