Tomorrow's London Times has an interview with Jordan's King Abdullah.
Abdullah sees events rushing toward a "57-state solution" in the Middle East, with President Obama overseeing a grand bargain in which all 57 Muslim countries will recognize Israel in exchange for...something.
The details, as usual, are vague, especially with regard to the most intractable issues. What comes through most clearly is that Abdullah foresees "the world" ganging up on Israel to force a "solution." Otherwise? More war. More
King Abdullah is scared. He is hoping no one notices that the majority population in Jordan are Palestinians. Why not make Jordan a Palestinian state and do away with Abdullah and the monarchy?
London Times' accompanying story
Jordanian King to Meet Pope
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