Thursday, August 23, 2007

About Jordan

Everyone is writing about Jordan. I think I have said before how I feel so you will not be surprised. These Jordanian bastards have had their country built by Iraqi money and oil. The Jordanian kings are changing lovers like prostitutes and were Saddam lovers and now American lovers and Jewish lovers but one thing has not changed, they hate the Iraqi people. So it is no surprise to see such bastards treating Iraqi people badly. I was very happy when the Iraqi people in Baghdad took over the Jordanian embassy years before and destroyed the Jordan flag and pictures of their whore king. Some day I hope Jordan will have trouble from always using Iraq and abusing Iraqis. Prostitution is not a good job, they have no honor and will find trouble sometime.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOL. Classic!

blogoholic said...

please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please,

go to the Jordanian blogs and say that. So that they can go ape shit and I can sit back and laugh.

please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please,

With dibbis and gaimer on top.

Shaqawa said...

Hello blogoholic,

I will not visit the Jordanian blogs. I try to avoid things like pornography, drug, and Jordanians. All are bad for a good person. I will write more.

If you want then you will post it on Jordanian blogs for me with link. But after you visit you must take a shower from the dirty Jordanians.

Thank you for your visit.

blogoholic said...

I would but I think I have been banned from all their sites.

:)

bg said...

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OT, but most welcomed news.. :)

HT : Michael @ ITM

A Fatwa Against Violence

excerpt:

[This gathering was a truly historic event, given the authority of the participants -- including Sheikh Ahmed al Kubaisi, acknowledged by all Iraqis as the senior Sunni religious authority (the weekly audience for his Friday sermons, broadcast from Dubai, number 20 million), and Ayatollah Sayyid Ammar Abu Ragheef, chief of staff for Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani, the acknowledged leader of the Shia community in Iraq and beyond. One has only to consider the power of these specific religious leaders, and the instruments at their disposal for getting results, to grasp the gathering's enormous potential importance.

Going well beyond traditional rhetoric in their closing statement late last week, they stated their intention to work for the early issuance of a joint Sunni-Shia fatwa to the Iraqi people. A fatwa such as this will carry the force of law for all followers. Think about that. After more than four years of brutal warfare and untold suffering, the leading religious authorities in Iraq have joined hands and said "Enough," and have committed to use their authority to bring peace to their country.]

God Bless All those involved in fighting this
malignant scourge that plagues the planet!!

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bg said...

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HT : GP

Iraqi PM Maliki Informs Hillary &
Levin on Meaning of Democracy


excerpt:

[Iraq's prime minister has hit back at senior US politicians who have called for him to be removed from office. Nouri Maliki singled out senators Hillary Clinton and Carl Levin.

He said the Democratic senators were acting as if Iraq was "their property" and that they should "come to their senses" and "respect democracy".]

hah, the anti-Iraq Liberationists called for you to go
Maliki, and you went, i say, WAY TO GO MALIKI!! :+:

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bg said...

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Iraq's leaders agree on key U.S. benchmarks

excerpt:

[BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's top Shi'ite, Sunni Arab and Kurdish leaders announced on Sunday they had reached consensus on some key laws that Washington views as vital to fostering national reconciliation.

The appearance of Shi'ite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Iraqi television with the other leaders was a rare show of public unity amid crumbling support for the prime minister's government.

The other officials at the news conference were President Jalal Talabani, a Kurd; Sunni Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi; Shi'ite Vice President Adel Abdul-Mahdi, and Masoud Barzani, president of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.

Iraqi officials said the leaders had signed an agreement on easing restrictions on former members of Saddam Hussein's Baath party joining the civil service and military.

"They signed a new draft on debaathification,"
said Yasin Majid, a media adviser to Maliki.

Other officials said consensus had been reached on holding provincial elections and releasing many detainees who have been held without charge, a key demand of Sunni Arabs since the majority are members of their sect.

Majeed said the leaders also endorsed a draft oil law,
which has already been agreed by the cabinet but has
not yet gone to parliament.]

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