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Tuesday, June 9, 2015


            To celebrate the Jordanian King, King Abdullah's Accession to the Throne on June 9, 1999. I will post information about King Abdullah II with his special forces.

11 photos showing King Abdullah II of Jordan being a total badass
Amanda Macias Feb 6 2015, 12:35 PM

King Abdullah II stands for a photo during a military training session in July of 2014.
Jordanian F-16’s launched 20 airstrikes on ISIS targets on Thursday following King Abdullah II’s declaration to wage a “harsh” war against the militants after the brutal execution of captured Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbe.

King Abdullah II starts his day participating in a military special operations training exercises as Jump-Master.
King Abdullah II, a former commander of Jordan’s Special Forces, pledged to hit the militants “hard in the very center of their strongholds,” AP reports.

King Abdullah II speaks with military officials during an exercise.

King Abdullah II observing a military exercise in November 2013.
Dubbed the “warrior king,” Jordan’s 53-year-old leader has clocked in 35 years of military service.

King Abdullah II attends a military ceremony in Jordan.
According to the King‘s bio, he enrolled in the UK’s Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst in 1980 and went on to become an elite Cobra attack helicopter pilot.

King Abdullah II pilots his helicopter while visiting different areas in his kingdom.

King Abdullah II laughs with troops after a meal in the field.

King Abdullah II speaks with soldiers after sharing a meal.
In November 1993, then-Prince Abdullah became commander of Jordan’s Special Forces.

Three years later he turned Jordan’s small Special Forces unit into today’s elite Special Operations Command (SOCOM), arguably the best operatives in the Middle East.

King Abdullah II observing a military exercise.
Frequently training alongside US Special Forces, Jordan’s units are approximately 14,000 strong and may further contribute to the fight against ISIS beyond Jordan’s airstrikes.

King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, attends a military exercise.
As the head of a constitutional monarchy, the career soldier holds substantial power.

King Abdullah II starts his day participating in a military special operations training exercises as Jump Master.

Members of Congress have asked for an increase in military assistance to the kingdom, AP reports. Currently, the US is providing Jordan with $US1 billion annually in military assistance.

The fight against ISIS lost crucial partner UAE in December after the Jordanian pilot was captured, The New York Times reported.

The UAE demands that the Pentagon improve its search-and-rescue efforts in northern Iraq before rejoining the coalition, the Times said, quoting unidentified US officials.

King Abdullah II on leadership

King Abdullah: “I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down!”
04 Feb 2015
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King Abdullah II was in Washington D.C. yesterday visiting with President Obama when the horrific ISIS video surfaced, and he quoted a Clint Eastwood movie when referencing what he plans to do. 

King Abdullah said, “I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down!”
That quote came from “Unforgiven” when William Munny played by Clint Eastwood said, “Any son of a bi**h takes a shot at me, I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down.”

King Abdullah told members of U.S. Congress that his “only problem would be running out of fuel and bullets!” The King was reportedly extremely angry, and rightfully so. He said that “there is going to be retribution like ISIS hasn’t seen,” according to one Congressmen. 

California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter stated, “He’s angry. They’re starting more sorties tomorrow than they’ve ever had. They’re starting tomorrow. He’s ready to get it on. He really is. It reminded me of how we were after 9/11. We were ready to give it to them.”

Rep. Hunter also told the Washington Examiner that no one in the king’s meeting on Tuesday with members of the House Armed Services Committee made any mention of President Obama, who is seen by some anti-ISIS coalition partners as a weak and indecisive actor.

The words from King Abdullah are apparently not just words either. Two Al Qaeda terrorists have already been executed in Jordan, and I’m thinking there’s more to come. 

When ISIS strikes, other leaders act. But with Obama in The White House, our indecisiveness and weakness is laughed at. Obama should take notes from King Abdullah, but I won’t hold my breath. 

Don't Screw Around with Jordan's King Abdullah

Published on Feb 10, 2015
WATCH: Of all the leaders in the Arab world, maybe ISIS shouldn't have screwed around with King Abdullah of Jordan -- former commander of Jordan’s Special Forces, an airborne jump master, and a certified Cobra attack helicopter pilot.

"The only problem we’re going to have is running out of fuel and bullets," the King said.

ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas -- if the world doesn't stand up to jihadists, we're all in danger. Tell the UN: Don't let terrorists get away with war crimes.

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God give them protection with the Holy Angels and help them destroy those evil ISIS.

God bless king Abdullah.trully God is with him!

Best Wishes to a real leader.

And wouldn''t that be a mighty blast! But who would protect Israel on all its other flanks? The World has been warned by Israel of the coming tide and nobody wanted to listen. So now we're no longer in a preemptive position. Bibi is still getting flack when it comes to Iran. Congress finally wants to listen, but our less than esteemed "Chief" and his ducklings are all throwing petulant hissy-fits!

He is so brave the way he pushed the Jordanian soldiers out of the airplane... good to be King....

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