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Message Subject WORLD at WAR, Official 2012 Thread (TO BE CONTINUED) Israel, Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, PA, Egypt, Libya, Pakistan, North Korea, Russia, China, U.S.
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The Angry Arab is reporting that unrest has returned to Jordan. There were large protests in Amman today over rising energy prices. The rumor is that the Moslem Brotherhood is behind the trouble.

[link to angryarab.blogspot.com]

2nd source: [link to en.trend.az]

3rd source: [link to shar.es]

More details about underlying problems: Demonstrations in Amman, ostensibly over gas prices, highlight a deeper malaise [link to toi.sr]
 Quoting: DarbyDoom

Jordan is so not stable. It really would not take much for her to topple. The Sauds do not want to let it happen. I could see Iran sponsoring upheaval. It would not surprise me a bit. Petraus to Israel is interesting. All will be classified. Let's see what Bibi says on Tuesday as things have not looked good for the home team for a while. Still too much talk.
 Quoting: MIL MAN

any idea what the skinny is on what Petreaus will say or is he just passing on a message of warning to the Israeli govt to futher the "you're on your own if you attack.." message from. My guess is they have an inkling Israel may do something in short order and their sending someone to stall em, but that's just me I'm usually wrong anyway
 Quoting: godzilla85

Of course Petraus is the only one whom has not burned a bridge with Israel yet who may bring in some respect. However, the message will not be good for Israel and instead will ask Israel to account for different locations of forces. The frank discussions will be that of Obahmah quietly trying to call attention to Israeli actions before they are leaked.
Not much good will come, the positions are firm and unmallable. Our countdown of another day gone before elections must be noted and Iran is still working on its program.
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