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Old 02-05-2015, 05:30 PM
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JORDAN- FEBRUARY 5: Queen Rania of Jordan consoles Anwar Al Tarawneh, the wife of the Jordanian pilot Muath Al Kasasbeh, who was burned to death after being held hostage by Islamic State (IS) on February 5, 2015, in Aey, Jordan. Muath al-Kasaesbeh was captured by the terror group after crashing his plane near Raqqa in northern Syria, during a mission against IS in December.

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Old 02-05-2015, 05:39 PM
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Bravo to the King!!! I for one think he is doing the right thing. What does it get you to just sit back and allow these animals to continue killing innocent people? Nothing. They will continue their barbaric practices in order to get what they want and to strike fear into people in order to make themselves look unbeatable. I say strike back and hard. Good to know there is someone out there who is willing to take on ISIS and do some damage. Long live the King. Just my opinion of course.
Oh my God what to say for such a barbary. How could human beings act I such a way? So much hate so much violence.
I do not know what to-say for KA' decision. If should have been a-very difficult one. Humanly speeking it was wrong to act in the same level as the killers but thinking as a ruler it was needed. His position-is very delicate. His-people is revolted for this barbaric act against a Jordanian citizen and maybe some of them consider Jordanian participation with USA to the fight against terrorists as guilty. What could he do?
I would say KA did not take the good decision but he did the adequate one.
RIP young soldier. We are all with you.
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Old 02-05-2015, 05:40 PM
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There ALREADY had been a trial except the death penalty was on hold.That changed now,so justice was done..And what do you talk about civilised?Civilisation?We're talking IS here...How does one compare that with everything/anything one holds dear?No,King Abdullah may have quoted Harrison Ford with his line,but no well thinking individual can do other then wholeheartedly support Him in his mission,and all others fighting against these creeps.

Not that the changing your opinion on Jordan would have an impact globally Godiva,but really,with all due respect...get your facts right before one reacts...and I don't do BS nor false info on matters so serious,it doesn't help for others to form a clear picture.

We see too little from any action against IS from within the region itself...especially now the UAE backs off in using their aircraft...afraid a toy might get kaput.No,I hope King Abdullah will proof as fierce as his late beloved father was in his day.
Your post is difficult to read and doesn't make sense for me, anyway, the death penalty was hold until there was a need for retaliation, on the other hand ISIS doesn't care for the executed and it will continue despite the execution which I guess were done just to satisfy pilot's family.
When you write here your opinion, you do it to affect the people globally? Me not.
When you execute these people, you act like ISIS.
Of course all the countries must fight ISIS, it is a threat for every country. Here, in Greece, we watch the ISIS atrocities and feel terrified
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Old 02-05-2015, 06:06 PM
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bravo to the king!!! I for one think he is doing the right thing. What does it get you to just sit back and allow these animals to continue killing innocent people? Nothing. They will continue their barbaric practices in order to get what they want and to strike fear into people in order to make themselves look unbeatable. I say strike back and hard. Good to know there is someone out there who is willing to take on isis and do some damage. Long live the king. Just my opinion of course.
i agree with you!

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Oh my God what to say for such a barbary. How could human beings act I such a way? So much hate so much violence.

RIP young soldier. We are all with you.
There is no more hate and violence than mutations burning a young innocent man to death. Bless him. He stood tall and strong knowing exactly what was happening to him, unlike the cowards that hid their weak faces behind coverings. If they were so proud of what they do, why can't they show their cowardly faces ? God Bless King of Jordan and give him strength and mental peace to accomplish his task that other heads of state are too weak to accomplish
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Old 02-05-2015, 06:53 PM
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Here's a video of King Abdullah visiting the pilot's family:
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Old 02-05-2015, 06:56 PM
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God bless and protect King Abdullah and Queen Rania and their family and their people. What can you do when faced with such evil, but stand strong against it. I greatly admire the courage of The King.
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There is no more hate and violence than mutations burning a young innocent man to death. Bless him. He stood tall and strong knowing exactly what was happening to him, unlike the cowards that hid their weak faces behind coverings. If they were so proud of what they do, why can't they show their cowardly faces ? God Bless King of Jordan and give him strength and mental peace to accomplish his task that other heads of state are too weak to accomplish
Totally agree with you both..

Poor Muath Kasasbeh's family ... my prayers & thoughts with them & with king Abdullah II.
It's time to stop this barbaric criminal organization !!!
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Old 02-05-2015, 11:48 PM
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There ALREADY had been a trial except the death penalty was on hold.That changed now,so justice was done..And what do you talk about civilised?Civilisation?We're talking IS here...How does one compare that with everything/anything one holds dear?No,King Abdullah may have quoted Harrison Ford with his line,but no well thinking individual can do other then wholeheartedly support Him in his mission,and all others fighting against these creeps.

Not that the changing your opinion on Jordan would have an impact globally Godiva,but really,with all due respect...get your facts right before one reacts...and I don't do BS nor false info on matters so serious,it doesn't help for others to form a clear picture.

We see too little from any action against IS from within the region itself...especially now the UAE backs off in using their aircraft...afraid a toy might get kaput.No,I hope King Abdullah will proof as fierce as his late beloved father was in his day.

Just for clarification....the person the king quoted was Clint Eastwood and was a line from the move, 'Unforgiven".

I am very glad to see such a strong response from a country in the region. The reason these terrorists have gotten so out of hand is that no one seems to have the will to do what needs to be done. Until people stand up they will continue to do as they have been.


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Old 02-06-2015, 12:39 AM
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My opinion for Jordan changed forever after the retaliation executions. I thought Jordan was a civilised state.
And they want to remain a civilized state, which is why HM will do what he can to ensure that Jordon does not fall to ISIS. Being a politically correct namby pamby like most western countries does nothing to protect the people.

God Bless King Abdullah and his people.
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Rania of Jordan consoles devastated wife of pilot murdered by ISIS | Daily Mail Online
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Old 02-06-2015, 01:43 AM
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Just for clarification....the person the king quoted was Clint Eastwood and was a line from the move, 'Unforgiven".

I am very glad to see such a strong response from a country in the region. The reason these terrorists have gotten so out of hand is that no one seems to have the will to do what needs to be done. Until people stand up they will continue to do as they have been.


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I agree, I'm glad Jordan will join us in standing up to ISIS.
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Old 02-06-2015, 04:04 AM
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Already 55 of these Nazi ISIS soldiers are dead after King Abdullah's airstrike. In Greece people say bravo to King Abdullah in social media for his braveness
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Old 02-06-2015, 06:29 AM
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Your post is difficult to read and doesn't make sense for me, anyway, the death penalty was hold until there was a need for retaliation, on the other hand ISIS doesn't care for the executed and it will continue despite the execution which I guess were done just to satisfy pilot's family.
When you write here your opinion, you do it to affect the people globally? Me not.
When you execute these people, you act like ISIS.
Of course all the countries must fight ISIS, it is a threat for every country. Here, in Greece, we watch the ISIS atrocities and feel terrified
Act like IS?Me?Well well,I never thought of it like that...Hmmm Nah,no way.I prefer the ECB over IS thank you.

The terrorists were not just killed to satisfy the family of the late pilot!What a simple thought I must say.No,it goes much much deeper,further then that.The Nation is furious,every single reasonable soul is furious.
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Jordan doesn't want to end up like Yemen or Iraq.


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Bravo for the King of Jordan! No one deserves to die the way the pilot did. No one. I heard his mother just died too because she was really heart broken over the death of her son. May she and her son rest in peace.

Now, here's to wishing/hoping that Obama will go after ISIS like King Abdullah did.
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I have to applaud King Abdullah. He has stayed true to his word and is showing his people that they can be strong in the face of terrorism.

All I have seem from the UK is Cobra meetings but no real result or productiveness. These terrorists need to be taken in hand quickly and not left to extend their control.
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Old 02-06-2015, 11:22 AM
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Bravo for the King of Jordan! No one deserves to die the way the pilot did. No one. I heard his mother just died too because she was really heart broken over the death of her son. May she and her son rest in peace.

Now, here's to wishing/hoping that Obama will go after ISIS like King Abdullah did.
We are going after ISIS, but other countries must step up too.
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And they want to remain a civilized state, which is why HM will do what he can to ensure that Jordon does not fall to ISIS. Being a politically correct namby pamby like most western countries does nothing to protect the people.

God Bless King Abdullah and his people.
Couldn't agree with you more. We are so PC that I think it inhibits our ability to exact a plan for dealing with terrorists. Just my opinion though.
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