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Israeli, Jordanian Jets Confronted Russian Warplanes, King Says

TEL AVIV – Israeli and Jordanian F-16s confronted Russian warplanes in January, warning them to stay away from the two countries’ shared border, King Abdullah of Jordan told U.S. lawmakers. According to a report by the Middle East Eye on Abdullah’s briefing to members of Congress on January 11, Russian warplanes were observing Israeli defense measures in the Golan Heights, which borders Syria.

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King of Jordan: ‘We Are Facing a Third World War’

Tuesday at a news conference in Kosovo’s capital city Priština, King Abdullah of Jordan declared the planet was in the midst of a Third World War. King Abdullah said, “We are facing a Third World War against humanity and this

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Report: Saudi Prince Ordered ‘Naked Pussy,’ Farts

Damning legal court documents stemming from civil lawsuits after last month’s arrest of Saudi Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, 29, indicate the son of the late King Abdullah had demanded to see ‘naked pussy’ from his staff, ordered a male aide to fart in his face, and then reportedly proceeded to engage in a gay sexual act with him.

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Rick Perry: We Must ‘Eliminate’ ISIS, the Taliban and Boko Haram

War veteran and former Gov. of Texas Rick Perry expounded on his executive experience as the Lone Star State’s longest-serving governor and laid out the ways in which he would combat the rise of radical Islam, in addition to providing his promise of unwavering, tangible support for our country’s esteemed veterans — if he decides to run for president.

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Japan Turns to Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Palestinians for Help Freeing ISIS Hostages

In their latest Internet hostage video, the Islamic State demanded $200 million from Japan in exchange for the lives of security contractor Haruna Yukawa and freelance journalist Kenji Goto Jogo, promising they would be killed within 72 hours if the ransom was not paid. After vowing that his nation would not submit to terrorist demands, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has asked several prominent Middle Eastern leaders for help, including Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

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