Jordan Joins Arab Coalition Against Qatari Terror Funding and Revokes Al Jazeera TV Licensing…

Jordan’s King Abdullah III becomes the latest Arab leader to denounce Qatar and join the growing diplomatic boycott of the Islamic extremist sympathizers.

Jordan will downgrade its diplomatic representation with Qatar, it said on Tuesday, standing with several Arab powers that have cut ties with the tiny Gulf state.

The decision was made after Amman examined the “cause of the crisis” between Doha and the other Arab states, government spokesman Mohammed al Momani said.

He added that Jordan also revoked the TV license for Al Jazeera, Qatar’s influential state-owned satellite channel.  (link)

What we are seeing unfold is a seismic shift in Arab sentiment away from the extremist Muslim Brotherhood.  This action is 100% the result of months of careful diplomacy between the Trump Administration and members of the Gulf Cooperation Council in a modern coalition to confront political Islam and the extremist messaging that results in terrorism.

The U.S. and Western Media never reported on the frequency of high diplomatic engagement by President Trump in the lead-up to his historic visit to Saudi Arabia.  It is specifically because of this willfully blind and intentional void in prior diplomatic understanding that most media are missing how this approach was constructed.

Very importantly the Al Azhar Institute is in agreement with the coalition against Qatar:

Egypt’s Al-Azhar Institute – considered the highest seat of Sunni Islamic learning – said on Tuesday that it endorses and supports all decisions taken by Arab leaders to “guarantee the unity of the Arab nation,” one day after a number of Arab states announced severing diplomatic ties with Qatar.

The Cairo-based Al-Azhar said that it is looking forward to seeing Arab states increase their efforts to fight against any plots to destabilise them or threaten their national security. Al-Azhar added that it hopes “rogue regimes” would “return to their senses.”

On Monday, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and the eastern-based government of Libya cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing the Gulf country of supporting terrorist groups. Qatar slammed the boycott decision as “unjustified,” saying that the move aimed to put Doha under political “guardianship.” The Gulf country also stressed that “these measures taken against the state of Qatar will not affect the normal course of life of the citizens and residents of the state.”  (link)

Within the Trump administration there is absolutely no doubt of the work that has been going on for months, quietly, mostly under the radar.  National U.S. media are completely deficient for not covering the previous events and the diplomacy that has been taking place all year.

We have a front row seat to what President Trump has been assembling, and I would never bet against the ability of President Trump and the people now aligned in consequence.

♦ Immediately following his inauguration, President Trump spoke to Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and gained his ideological and financial support for building a safe zone for Syrian’s as they rebuild.

♦ A week later, President Trump spoke at length to Egypt’s Fattah al-Sisi about their efforts.

♦ At the beginning of February – King Abdullah III of Jordan traveled to Washington to meet with Vice-President Mike Pence and discuss aid and assistance for regional security.   Previously, in November 2016, King Abdullah spoke to President-elect Trump

♦ A week later – Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Washington DC for a very warm and optimistic meeting with President Trump for talks on regional security.

♦ At the beginning of March – Egyptian foreign minister Sameh Shoukry visited Washington, met with members of Congress and held a long discussion with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson,

♦ Mid-March Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas met with an envoy from President Trump and told him that a peace deal is possible under the new president.

♦  April 3rd (Monday) – Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi  came to Washington for an official White House state visit and spent the day with President Trump.

♦ April 5th (Wednesday) – Jordan’s King Abdullah III came back to Washington for an official visit to the White House.

♦ May 3rd – Palestinian Authority Leader President Mahmoud Abbas visits the White House for an official visit including the entire PA delegation.

♦ May 12th – President Donald Trump meets with Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates.

♦ May 15th – Turkey’s President Recep Erdogan travels to Washington DC for an advance meeting with President Donald Trump.

President Trump has been carefully targeting the heart of the issue, the root cause of extremism brought on by political Islam, ie. The Muslim Brotherhood.  President Trump has been assembling a unique coalition to confront the underlying financing of the extremism.  Cut off the funding and the head of the terrorist snake is removed.

In the larger dynamic this is a battle between the non-political elements of Islam, and the political umbrella, the overarching shield, we all know as the Brotherhood.  The Brotherhood acts as a protective cover for the spines of extremism within the Muslim faith.

Qatar is the defacto center of sentiment favorable to the Muslim Brotherhood, and the epicenter of their financial capability to continue corrupting their affiliated groups within Mid-East nations.

The person who will be watching this very carefully is Turkish President Recep Erdogan because he too is aligned in sympathetic cause with the Brotherhood.

In 2014 the same member nations of the GCC cut their diplomatic ties with Qatar in order to force the Qatari government to stop providing safe harbor for the exiled Muslim Brotherhood leadership.   Their collective success resulted in Qatar expelling the five leaders of the Brotherhood who went to Turkey.

In January of 2015 Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi began a journey of peace by asking the holiest and most influential Islamic Scholars in the Arab world to join him in stepping away from the noise of extremist voices and engaging in long-term introspective review of their Islamic faith.  President al-Sisi called for a religious revolution to focus Islam toward a future of peace.  The engaged Dar al-Iftaa scholarly audience erupted in applause.

President al-Sisi stood up, resolute, spoke of large truths with bold leadership, and took great risk upon himself.  After the speech a coalition of like-minded voices began to grow in number and consequence.   That moment became the pebble dropped in the shoe of the Arab leadership of consequence – the emphasis shifted toward peace.

That influential speech, and more importantly the leadership of all joining member states, including the praise of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia before his untimely death, paved the way forward toward this upcoming weekend.   King Abdullah’s successor, his brother King Salman, then took power and is now positioned to put his own footprint in history.

More than a dozen heads of state from Arab and Islamic nations were invited by Saudi Arabia’s King Salman to attend the conference with President Trump including: Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (Egypt), King Abdullah III (Jordan), Muhammad Fuad Masum (Iraq), Mamnoon Hussain (Pakistan) and all six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar and the UAE); all of them were in attendance when President Trump stated it was imperative to drive out the extremists.

The goal was simple, their common cause should be to “DRIVE THEM OUT“.

We are living in one of those rare moments when we are fortunate enough to see the building blocks of historic enterprise being erected while we watch.  The results of these historic and diplomatic days will shape how our children view the landscape of the middle east in all the years to come.

Western media is missing how much effort has taken place, and how much regional perspectives have changed, since the successful election of President Donald Trump.

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi: “I first saw the campaign of his excellency President Trump, and I listened to his speech of the neccessity of facing and confronting terrorism all over the world; that he is a great personality and a unique individual, and that he will find great success.”

“I fully trust the capabilities of President Trump, and I have full conviction that he can do things, exert efforts, that very few people can do.  And he can succeed in so many fields that others cannot.  I trust him wholeheartedly.”

“I followed all his announcements through his campaign, he has a very unique personality and administration, and now I’m speaking with full confidence of unprecedented success for him.  He is seeking the interests of the United States and the American people in a very clear manner, and a very direct manner. And a very strong manner as well.”

“His true will is a very strong will to counter terrorism and extremism in the world; and that is a very strong commitment from his excellency the president, and in addition I am very supportive with full force in facing this terrorism.”

“There is a true understanding to the realities in the region, and there is a seriousness and responsible actions in facing extremism and terrorism in the region, and that’s a wonderful thing indeed.  There is nothing better than to counter evil.”  (link)

Additionally, those who are predisposed to oppose any success of President Trump are relying on France’s Emmanual Macron to try and dilute the consequence.

The globalist voices of antagonism who languish happily amid international chaos are desperate to avoid accepting the diplomatic success and see the larger picture.

The GLOBALISTS do not want peace, they want control.

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212 Responses to Jordan Joins Arab Coalition Against Qatari Terror Funding and Revokes Al Jazeera TV Licensing…

  1. Everyone is joining the Trump Train…all credit goes to Janie M. who has me hooked on Joe Bonamassa…if u like rockin’ roll blues i strongly suggest Live at Carnegie Hall, snd Live at the Greek Theatre…in the meantime “This Train” 😎🎶😎🎸

    To duchess01 if you read this evey time I listen to “Angel of Mercy” I think of wide eyed hippopotamus’ waking up going “dang!!” 😎💖💕😄😂😂🤣🎵🎶

    Liked by 2 people

  2. SR says:

    I know this is not part of given thread. SD, can you please put light on PTrump and Session issue? The fake ABC is making too much noise before Comey’s testimony. Waiting to hear tweet from PTrump and Session – its a fake news.


  3. SR says:

    I hope PTrump cut ME money supply to fake MSM, rats, RINO and liberal universities here. or asked ME king to buy these assets and bankrupts them.

    Liked by 2 people

    • thluckyone says:

      SR, I think you’re onto something. And, you remember all of that sand-FRACing that the leftist, globalist, pseudo-environmentalists used to scream and cry about? Well THAT – helping the USA to move toward energy independence – is one of the major reasons for the shifting in ME alliances.

      I really wanna believe that the USA is gonna be calling the shots in a BUNCH of the world oil markets within OUR LIFETIMES (maybe REAL soon!) ENJOY THE SHOW!! 😉


  4. boogywstew says:

    I used to wear macron underwear and it made my a$$ sweat so now I wear a nice cotton blend. Did I say that out loud?

    Liked by 1 person

  5. jeans2nd says:

    More success.
    Turkey next?
    “Saudi has managed to convince many more countries to join in the boycott”

    Read earlier that Muslim Brotherhood backer Turkey is being ostracized by the other GCC/Arab League nations.

    2 Jun 2017 – Putin is Ready to Supply Turkey with S400 Missile Systems

    “Erdogan has ‘stabbed Putin in his back’ on November 24, 2015 when his forces shot down a Russian fighter jet within the borders of Syria and killed its pilot while descending by his parachute, and one marine soldier who was in the rescue crew.”

    “Erdogan turned to Putin to tease the US regime of Obama then turned back to the US when Trump came to power.”

    “when his (Erdogan’s) relations with the West are tight he turns to the Russians and Iranians for assistance then stabs all of them in the back”

    Liked by 3 people

    • Justah says:

      Turkey has become an Islamist Nation under Erdogan – he took in the Muslim Brothers when the GCC forced al-Tahni (Qatar Emir) to kick them out. al-Thani still pays Turkey for their upkeep. No way that Turkey would ever join in the boycott of Qatar.

      Qatar news is reporting that al-Thani is getting the FBI to come and prove his innocence and catch the ‘hackers’ that apparently “hacked” his Speech to a Graduation crowd of new Cadets.

      Some English sources in the Arab world:
      al Monitor (pulse of Muslim countries, articles sometimes good, sometimes not depending on the author — so check out the author)
      al Arabyia — Saudi Royal Family owned

      There is an English version for most Nations – keep in mind that the Ruler controls the News in just about all cases. ALL media in Qatar is owned by the Emir.


      • CathyMAGA says:

        I hate Turkey- don’t trust them AT ALL- and I loathe Erdogan. I have trust for al Sisi by the boatloads…KSA- getting there-not there yet-trying to give them the benefit of the doubt….

        Liked by 1 person

    • lady4trump says:

      I hope Qatar steals the Clinton Foundations’ millions (or billions), which they sent there after Hillary lost the Presidency. Oh that would be karma times a million!

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Charles says:

    Saudi Arabia has imposed a blockade on Qatar as well as a 24-hour ultimatum on 10 demands.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Bert Darrell says:

      Are we to believe that Qatar is being punished by the GCC because of something the Emir said or did not say? Why do we have to rule out the possibility that Qatar was caught using its financial tools to pay for ISIS activities? I doubt that all this ostracism and the alleged ultimatum are a response to words alone. JMO. Didn’t Obama use Qatar to disguise the move of American funds to support arming the Lybia uprising that eventually resulted in 4 Americans killed in Benghazi and arms moved to the Middle East that were used to kill Americans in Afghanistan?

      Liked by 2 people

    • zeffur says:

      Good for them all! Giving a public channel to terrorists through Al Jazeera is enough evidence on its own to prove Qatar supports terrorists. NO public news channels should be allowed for ANY terrorist groups. They should also be blocked from social media when they post any of their quran hate. Let views report their terrorist messages & require social media companies to purge their comments & ban their accounts for violating their terms of service!


  7. Billy Dunn says:

    I believe we now have a leader with historical impact.
    GOD bless Donald Trump and…………..MAGA !

    Liked by 2 people

  8. The world ignored President Trump’s solution to Mideast Warfare and Funding of Terrorism:


    Qatar did.
    Saudi Arabia didn’t.

    Qatar funded the Terrorists and supports Iran.
    About time Qatar Gas funded the War on Terror and the end of Iranian Aggression.

    America’s Air Base and Central Command’s Mideast Headquarters are located in Qatar.
    America will back their new Mideast Alliance.

    Anyone think the Alliaince is just kidding?


    • bertdilbert says:

      Given Trump’s closeness to the top leaders in the coalition, I bet Trump gave the nod of approval before anything transpired.

      Liked by 1 person

    • “… last week, when Qatar’s Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani angered the Saudis by congratulating Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani for being re-elected.”

      “That was bad enough; but, as the Financial Times reported, Qatar had also paid an al-Qaida group and Iran upward of $1 billion in a hostage deal to achieve the release of 26 Qatari royal family members who had been captured during a hunting trip in southern Iraq.”

      • “As part of the deal, dozens of militants captured by jihadis in Syria were also let go.”

      • “… Qatar paid off two of the most frequently blacklisted forces of the Middle East in one fell swoop: an al-Qaida affiliate fighting in Syria and Iranian security officials.”

      • “… Qatar has aided and financially supported the Muslim brotherhood, Hamas and al-Qaida, even letting some al-Qaida financiers live openly in the emirate, according to 2014 testimony by U.S. Treasury Undersecretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence David Cohen.”

      “Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has suggested that he’ll let the Sunni members of the anti-Iran coalition solve their disputes themselves.”

      “… Qatar’s sprawling al-Udeid military facility, where 11,000 American military personnel are stationed, is the largest U.S. airbase in the Mideast and provides a major strategic foothold for the U.S. in the region.”

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  9. killdozer says:

    Martin Indyk ,Haim Saban and Brookings , have to rebrand after flying a FSA banner ,What happened to that think tank anyways ? I never like anything they strategize ,like McCain ,Brookings has been infiltrated by the brotherhood Globalist ,EU money , Qatar also opened branches of two prestigious US think tank organizations, Brookings and RAND deep staters , ,The best think tanks money could buy


  10. rsmith1776 says:

    IF our unique President were a billiard player:


  11. bertdilbert says:

    I am wondering if the hunting trip to Iraq was a setup excuse to provide funding in the first place. It all seems fishy.

    On another note, with many Arab nations taking part against Qatar, Trump can pile on without having to take flack from McCain and Hillary, whom both have probably taken Qatar money. I know Hillary did, but suspect our favorite McCain to have profited in one way or another.

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  12. SR says:

    I think there is money war between ME and liberal globalist, wall street and silicon valley. ME have unlimited money supply and no investor and stocks holding money. LET ME buy stocks of all these liberal fake msm and think tank then bankrupts.


  13. Watcher says:

    Who are the other “Rouge Regimes” Jordan mentioned?
    Kuwait, Turkey, Lebanon, western Libya, Iraq?
    Let’s not forget the Qatari roll in the zeros girls war.


  14. leebelieu says:

    Thank God for President Trump. He is out last best hope before more drastic action. As a young father I am heartened he is fighting for us. Fighting when he doesn’t have to. God Bless him in this Herculean task.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. SR says:

    What’s wrong with drudge that he is running fake headline about Session/Trump.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. tony5460 says:

    I don’t understand why Saudi is the number 1 Arab Allie of the US when its Islam is perhaps the most radical and implicated in the myriad bombings and violence against the US.

    Liked by 1 person

    • SR says:

      There is difference between Saudi leadership and remaining mullas. Terrorism is not just killing people but political tool too.


  17. Joe Knuckles says:

    What could be happening here is the beginning of the reformation of the Islamic faith, as General Sisi called for a few years ago. I’m not sure it’s even possible, but I sure hope it works.
    Wouldn’t it be fitting if the guy responsible for reforming Islam has a name that is ISIS spelled backward, as though he’s the opposite of them.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Sunshine says:

    Such a fascinating period of history we are witnessing. People that had or think they have power but have nothing. The smart ones know it, such as Merkel, Juncker, May, Saudi Arabia…., the newbies (Macron, Justine) are doomed.

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  19. miketrivi says:

    If 1,400 years of violent islamic jihad (no such thing as “political islam”) is any guide, all of this hard work will have been for naught. Our alliance with Saudi Arabia is the most incoherent, anti-life position we can assume. Saudi Arabia is a slave state and the main source of violent jihad. Saudi Arabia is an enemy.

    To think that suddenly all of these muslim nations, steeped in islamic culture for centuries, are simply going to roll over and follow a path that will ultimately lead to the minimization of violent jihad as the mechanical process through which Islam and Sharia are propagated into non-muslim countries is myopic and historically unsupported.

    What we are seeing is not a moderation of Islam, but rather the Ummah, sensing the fortitude of the current President of the United States of America, entering a protracted hudna. Once President Trump is retired, the Ummah will resume their quest for a global caliphate as commanded by their warlord prophet, Mohammed.

    To think that non-muslims can be a force of moderation in the Ummah is to simply not understand what Islam is. To think that America, or any non-muslim country for that matter, can be the crucible through which Islam must pass is simply not historically supported.


    • Well, we have to start somewhere.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Marc says:

      Might help if you did a bit of explaining then.


      • miketrivi says:

        I just did. If you are not familiar with Islamic cultural imperatives, you should begin reading JihadWatch every day. My explanation above is clear and concise.


        • Marc says:

          I know about Jihad in general but when using unfamiliar terms, you could help readers out by clarifying the terminology.


          • miketrivi says:

            You will find answers and definitions at Jihad Watch.

            And while you are doing that, I defy you to name one single instance in the last 50 years where the US Military has been used to liberate a single inch of land from the Ummah. You can’t because they haven’t. And They haven’t because they are a tool of the House of Saud. Every single action taken by our Military, from Reagan’s retreat from Christian Lebanon to Clinton’s bombing of Christian Serbia, has been made to advance the cause of Islamic Jihad, to expand the territory held by the Ummah.

            Why this is, I do not know. Treason, ignorance, dhimmitude? Who knows. But that fact is simple; we will never win against the Ummah by allowing them to occupy more and more land of the Christian West. It is a military axiom that to win you have to occupy the territory of your enemy and force them to surrender.

            A bunch of meetings and photos of President Trump shaking hands with muslim leaders squatting on formerly Christian lands will not change the cultural imperatives of the Ummah. And working with Ummah to help them form a multinational alliance of muslim countries who, to a one, have as their singular goal the destruction of America under the questionable moniker of a “Muslim NATO” could not be more foolish. This “Muslim NATO” will be used to hurt America, not to “quell the extremists”.


  20. Mike diamond says:

    Trump is right on! We need to pray for him every day! What a blessing to the USA!

    Liked by 1 person

  21. More interesting info (whether true or not, who is to say) coming out: “Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers, via” “Another stunning Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen have broken all diplomatic and travel ties to the State of Qatar after their receiving confirmation that Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani was behind the “dark web” offering of $150 million to anyone assassinating President Donald Trump—and that this Qatari Emir had secretly vowed to his supporters “would not be in power for long”. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]”


  22. Robert says:

    It is so obvious obama,clinton,erdogan, etc are all in support of isis. A terrorist organization. I do not understand with all the facts, evidence, etc out there we cannot indict all of them and put them in prison?


  23. miketrivi says:

    What we asking the Ummah to do is to minimize the importance of Mohammed in Islamic teachings. Mohammed is where jihad, taqqiya, fitna, kitman and other forms of muslim “religious deception” began and is central to the propagation of Islam and Sharia into non-muslim lands.

    It would be like demanding that Christians minimize the teaching of Jesus Christ.


  24. miketrivi says:

    I always tell people that if they want a sober analysis of the day’s events, go to The Conservative Treehouse.


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