He’s in his mid-50s, free fall skydives to relax, and once did a cameo on Star Trek. She looks like a cross between Audrey Hepburn and Cindy Crawford, isn’t afraid to stand up to Islamic fundamentalists, and has described herself as “A mum and a wife with a really cool day job.” The King and Queen of Jordan have also found themselves rapidly approaching America’s version of royalty: Rock star status.
Jordan’s King Abdullah II promised blood revenge against the al-Qaeda allied ISIS terrorist group since the release of the video that showed the savage burning to death of a captive Jordanian pilot. As reported by NBC News on Feb. 10, 2015 and also the Amman-based al Bawaba news service on Feb. 9, 2015, not only has the King stepped up airstrikes against the Islamic Jihadists, he’s also ordered his army to the border with Iraq.
As the Jordanian nation continues to grieve over the savage execution of a Royal Jordanian Air Force pilot at the hands of ISIS terrorists, the already ailing mother of the serviceman died soon after viewing the video of her son being burned alive in a cage. As reported by the internet news aggregate Truth Revolt on Feb. 5, 2015, and also by the right-of-center The Gateway Pundit news portal on Feb. 4, 2015, word is bubbling to the surface in the Middle Eastern nation that Saafia al-Kasasbeh has died due to the overwhelming grief she’s endured since viewing the bestial slaying of her only son.
With estimated hundreds of thousands of Iraq’s and Syria’s ancient Christian communities taking refuge in the Hashemite Kingdom, they joined together with the Kingdom’s own 2,000 year-old indigenous Christian tradition in honoring the murdered Air Force pilot slain by Islamic Jihadists. As reported by the Catholic-centered Asia News service (of Rome, Italy) and also the Aleteia news aggregate, both on Feb. 4, 2015, Christians across the Middle Eastern nation will peal Church bells in honor of the horrifically murdered Jordanian pilot, as well as in a display of patriotism and unity with their nation against the ISIS terrorists.
Possibly belying his admiration for the acting abilities of the squinty-eyed Tinsel Town icon, Jordan’s King Abdullah has reportedly vowed payback against the ISIS terrorists of Clint Eastwood-esque proportions. As reported by the Washington Examiner and also by theChristian Science Monitor, both on Feb. 4, 2015, the Middle Eastern monarch channeled the spirit of Eastwood’s “Unforgiven” character of Will Munny in a recent closed door meeting with the US House Armed Services Committee.
Only this past weekend has the news been released of a former Guantanamo Bay detainee beeing held by the Israeli government for the last three years after he crossed the Jordanian border into the West Bank to train terrorists how to construct and employ biological weapons against Israel, as reported by the Jewish Press on Nov. 18, 2013 and the Jerusalem Post on Nov. 17, 2013.
Reportedly of Palestinian origin, Samer Abed al-Barak was shipped off to the Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility by the American government in 2003 after he was arrested for active participation on terrorist activities only to be released to Jordan three months after his initial incarceration.
According to the Israeli Ministry of Justice, the thirty nine-year old terrorist is formally a member of al-Qaeda, having joined the world-wide jihadist organization in 2001.