Thursday, January 19, 2006

Jordanian Benevolence in Action!

According to an article on Yediot's website, Religious Jews have pretty much been banned from visiting Jordan.

Quoting extensively from the Big Book of Arab Illogic, according to which Jews are punished for the presence of antisemites, Jordan tried to justify its decision by claiming that it's only looking out for everyone's best interests. They, for some reason or another, can't ensure that they'll be able to protect Jewish tourists from the angry masses.

Yeah, sure.

So, using this line of reasoning, we can pretty much assume that Jordan won't have any problem at all with Israel should it ever decide to deport Israeli Arabs from Israel, just in case some irate Jewish settler might want to kill them. After all, it's just a safety precaution.

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