August 6, 2004


The Coming Coup D'etat of Jordan (Emanuel A. Winston, Aug 05, '04, Arutz Sheva)

There is little doubt that Jordan will become a full-fledged state of Arab-Muslim Palestinians in the not-too-distant future. As Yasser Arafat draws closer to his death bed from a series of maladies, it is highly likely that he will wish to complete what he attempted to do in Jordan until then-King Hussein ejected him in 1971.

During those years, Arafat had concluded 26 separate agreements with King Hussein to maintain the peace if his Palestinians were allowed freedom of movement. Arafat broke every agreement, ending with his bloody expulsion during what the Palestinians call "Black September".

After King Hussein learned of Arafat's plot to kill his brother, who controlled the Jordanian army, King Hussein ordered the expulsion with a bloody slaughter of Arafat's Palestinians. They fled, mostly into Lebanon, where Arafat set up a mini-terror state. That led to 12 years of civil war in Lebanon, which caused the deaths of 100,000 dead Lebanese - Christians and Muslims.

After Arafat began to launch terrorist attacks against Israel from Lebanon, then-Prime Minister Menachem Begin allowed Ariel Sharon to launch a war in 1982 that drove Arafat and his Arab Muslim terrorists out of Lebanon. They ended up in Tunis, but Yitzchak Rabin and Shimon Peres eventually brought Arafat into Israel, which soon produced several terrorist wars, called "intifadas", which continue to this day.

Arafat continued his war-making when he collaborated with Saddam Hussein in 1991 and beforehand in the Iraqi dictator's invasion of Kuwait. Arafat had his Arab Muslim Palestinians - hundreds of thousands of whom worked in Kuwait - accumulate information necessary for Saddam. They acted as guides for Saddam's intelligence and army to all banking, military and utility centers. Arafat's Palestinians then joined in the raping, pillaging and murders of important Kuwaitis.

After Saddam was driven out of Kuwait by the Americans and their allies, the Kuwaitis attacked Arafat's Palestinians and approximately 350,000 were driven out of Kuwait into Jordan. The UN was absolutely silent about Kuwait's transfer of hostile Palestinians into Jordan.

At the same time, the Saudis, who had similarly employed 350,000 Arab Muslim Palestinians, understood that they were Arafat's 'fifth column' and that Saudi Arabia could likewise experience a similar subversion. The Saudis also ejected all their Palestinians into Jordan. That is, Jordan had to absorb a total of 700,000 Palestinians. Jordan found itself with a massive increase in her Palestinian population - all of whom were loyal to Arafat. They immediately began to influence Jordan's Palestinians, who were loyal to the King, to switch their allegiance to Arafat. At the same time, Syria and Iraq sent in teams to set up cells to undermine the regime of Jordan. These cells will emerge, along with Arafat's Arab Muslim Palestinians, to generate chaos - not unlike what Al-Qaeda is doing in Saudi Arabia.

In the later 1980s, I wrote various articles expressing the opinion that Arafat would never be satisfied with a small enclave on what came to be known as the West Bank (of the Jordan River). He would want a far larger territory and a greater number of Palestinians under his control. I was reasonably certain that once he could force the Left of Israel to give him a state, the other nations who had segregated populations of festering Palestinian Arab Muslims they did not trust or want, would immediately eject them into Arafat's enclave or state.

I still believe that this will happen, and the numbers now have ramped up from the original 450,000 who fled the territories in 1948 to from three to five million (achieved by propagating babies and by falsifying their numbers on the UNRWA lists).

But even if Arafat can get his state before he dies and it fills up with several million, it will still not satisfy his objective. (I will exclude for the moment his plan to take over all of Israel, which is shared by other Arab nations.) Since in the short term he cannot eliminate all the Jews of Israel, he is likely to start a coup d'etat in Jordan by his Palestinians, who exceed 70% of Jordan's population.

Arafat can't get the Palestinians of Palestine to follow him, how's he going to trigger a revolt?

Posted by Orrin Judd at August 6, 2004 8:26 AM

"Arafat can't get the Palestinians of Palestine to follow him, how's he going to trigger a revolt?"

If not him, then his successor... and the one after... and so on.

An entire population of "Palestinian Arabs" has been infected by the dual rabies of revanchism and Islamic/Arab supremacy. You can either shoot them all, which Israel won't do, or wait until the disease has spent itself, which will take two more generations.

Posted by: tictoc at August 6, 2004 5:16 PM

Mr. Judd;

It's a lot easier to trigger a revolt than win it. He got the second Intifadah started despite how it turned out for the Palestinians.

Posted by: Annoying Old Guy at August 6, 2004 6:24 PM

Yes, and the Third Intifada is directed at him.

Posted by: oj at August 6, 2004 6:30 PM

We should help it along with a few car bombs of our own.

Posted by: ratbert at August 6, 2004 11:12 PM