Thursday, November 10, 2005

Jordanians Denounce Zarqawi

Well, now, here's a bit of news:

Jordanians flooded Amman blaring car horns and waving the nation's flag to protest the suicide attacks at three hotels with Western connections.

Hundreds of angry Jordanians rallied shouting, "Burn in hell, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi!" after the terrorist group he leads claimed responsibility for the blasts.
The rest at CNN. Assuming these weren't paid demonstrators, a spectacle made popular by the commies of old and refined by Saddam and the North Koreans, this is a useful sign in the Middle East where anti-American demos are usually the order of the day.

According to the report, the Zarqawi thugocrats bragged about their latest cowardly attack on the Internet, crowing about how they were righteously disposing of Jews and infidels while verbally attacking Jordan's "dictator," presumably King Abdullah. Meanwhile, though, it turns out they whacked at least one prominent Palestinian official, in addition to destroying a wedding party of Jordanians, of whom Zarqawi is one.

It would appear that Zarqawi's main beef against Jordan's "dictator" is the fact that he's not Zarqawi.

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