Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Last week, the nation was stunned when a Muslim extremist barged onto a Chattanooga, Tennessee military base and opened fire. Four marines and one Navy man were killed.

In a truly sickening betrayal, Obama responded to the attack by offering Muslims an encouraging message about Ramadan. Despite the fact that ISIS has taken responsibility for the terrorist attack, Obama has yet to call them out for it.

Unlike Obama, King Abdullah II and Queen Rania of Jordan are not afraid to take a stand against Muslim terrorists. According to Conservative Tribune, they have arrested the uncle of the 24 year-old Chattanooga shooter, Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez.

The uncle, Assad Ibrahim Haj Ali, had once employed Abdulazeez at the small telecommunications company he manages in Jordan. Not wanting to take any chances, the Jordanian royal family ordered for his arrest and for his computer to be confiscated to ensure that he isn’t planning a terrorist attack on their soil.

Abdelkader Ahmed Al Khatib, a lawyer for the Abdulazeez family, acknowledged that Ali’s interrogation was standard procedure, but insisted that his detention was unnecessary. The lawyer claimed that Ali has no ties to any terrorist groups, and that he “had no role in anything he (Abdulazeez) did in the United States.”

While Ali may turn out to be innocent, the King and Queen of Jordan are showing the world that you can never be too careful when it comes to Muslim terrorists. If Ali is indeed not a terrorist, he has nothing to worry about and will be imminently released. However, if he is planning something, it’s better to get him off the streets now than to allow him to kill countless civilians.

Once again, the King and Queen of Jordan have outclassed the Obamas in keeping their people safe.

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