Netanyahu Holds Secret Meeting with Jordan’s King on Syria
Friends of Syria
December 27, 2012
Zionist Entity’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a secret meeting in Jordan with King Abdullah II, the London-based Al-Quds Al-Arabi daily reported on Wednesday.
The paper, without specifying when the meeting took place, only said it was “kept a secret.”
According to the report, which has yet to be confirmed by Zionist officials, the meeting focused on the possibility that Syrian President Bashar Assad would use chemical weapons in the ongoing conflict raging in Syria.
The newspaper quoted a Jordanian official as saying that the reason for the secrecy is that “Israel’s presence in any official, regional or international meeting meant to change the balance of power in Syria, actually hinders such brainstorming.”
The report further said that the Zionist entity is trying to promote “an unpopular scenario” of a surprise offensive on Assad’s arsenal of chemical weapons, in order to destroy it.
According to the Zionist daily Haaretz, Journalist Jeffrey Goldberg reported in The Atlantic earlier this month that the entity of occupation has asked Jordan twice in the last two months for a green light to attack chemical weapons facilities in Syria, but the Jordanians responded negatively to the request and refused to grant their approval.
When contacted, the Netanyahu’s office refused to comment on the report.
Goldberg added, however, that Netanyahu has already sent representatives of the Mossad intelligence agency to Amman twice, to coordinate the matter with the Jordanians and receive their “permission” for the operation.