The clock is ticking. It's only a matter of time until moderate Jordan overthrows King Abdullah and joins the Arab Spring. That will be one more piece in the puzzle to complete the Islamic caliphate, a mix of nations all focused on one goal: the destruction of Israel.
We shall see what God has to say about what the Muslims have planned for the Jewish nation. He is after all still on the throne, and His Word says in Psalm 121:4, "He who watches over Israel will neither slumber nor sleep." God is the great defender of Israel, and He "will seek to destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem." (Zechariah 12:9) Oh, do the enemies of Israel have a shock in store for them!
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The next Islamist domino in Middle East?
"King fearful radicals soon may wrest control
JERUSALEM – The Israeli government is concerned instability can threaten the rule of Jordan's King Abdullah II, and is committing to work quietly with the king on security matters, according to a top Palestinian Authority official.
Abdullah himself fears for his future rule, the PA official said, citing the possibility of a Muslim Brotherhood-inspired revolution aimed at toppling the Jordanian regime.
Abdullah is largely considered a moderate Arab leader. He is a staunch U.S ally whose country maintains a peace treaty with Israel.
Yesterday, Abdullah made a rare visit to Ramallah to meet with PA President President Mahmoud Abbas ahead of the Palestinian leader's planned meeting later this week with Hamas chief Khaled Meshal to discuss a future Palestinian national unity government.
The Jordanian king has not visited the West Bank in more than five years – throughout Abbas' presidency.
According to the top PA security official speaking to WND, Abdullah expressed concern about the possibility of Hamas assuming control of the West Bank, which borders Jordan.
Abdullah further told Abbas he was concerned the Palestinian leader's drive for the unilateral recognition of a state at the United Nations will fail, precipitating unrest in the West Bank that could spill over into Jordan, the official said.
The Palestinian security official said Israeli security agencies have been working quietly with Jordan to help strengthen Abdullah's regime, including suppressing threats to the Jordanian kingdom.
The official said the Jordan monarchy has identified three main threats:
•The Muslim Brotherhood, acting within Jordan.
•Bedouin tribes in the east of the country who aim to topple Abdullah.
•Remnants of a group of Jordanian intelligence officers expelled after attempting to plot a coup d'etat against Abdullah.
The official told WND that the Jordanian government doesn't have any specific information the three elements are currently working together.
Still, the official said Jordan is worried a "big wave" of anti-regime protests will sweep the country in the future.
Similar unrest is threatening the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria, as revolutions already toppled the rulers of Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Libya.
In Egypt, Islamists oriented with the Muslim Brotherhood have been leading mass protests in recent days calling for the country's army to lessen its control. The Egyptian army, built with billions in U.S. financial aid, is considered one of the last bastions of pro-Western sentiment in the country after the downfall of Hosni Mubarak."