Yesterday, 150-member Jordanian parliament unanimously passed a resolution calling upon King Abdullah II to expel Israeli Ambassador to Jordan Daniel Nevo and recall Jordanian Ambassador in Tel Aviv Walid Obeidat in protest of alleged Israeli desecration of holy sites in Jerusalem.
After the vote, the Jordanian parliament’s Arab and International Affairs Committee drafted a letter to the government which strongly condemned Israel’s “racist action and affirms that these daily and continuing activities by the Israeli authorities and settlers are systemized and pre-planned schemes that reflect the ugly and evil face of extremist Zionists.”
After discussion by the cabinet, Jordanian Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour said the government “was deeply concerned about the Israeli violations against Al-Aqsa Mosque,” Jordan’s Petra News Agency reported, and accused Israelis of “evil, systemized and pre-planned schemes” against the Muslim holy site.
As result, the Jordanian Foreign Ministry summoned Israel’s ambassador to Amman on Wednesday and voiced an “expression of concern” about restrictions imposed by the Zionist regime on Muslim worshippers at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The Zionist president Shimon Peres reacted quickly to reports of the Jordanian parliament’s call for severed ties, saying, “Peace with Jordan is dear to us — we will respect all the agreements between us and protect the holy sites of all religions.”
Jordanian King Abdullah being a USrael poodle (he receives $350 million annual bribe from Washington to keep peace with the Zionist entity) will give ears to MPs’ request.
Israeli-born writer, author and blogger, Gilad Atzmon, has called Shimon Peres a war criminal.