Governor al-Husseini's taunt Tuesday morning, about the cameras being worse than the metal detectors they replace was yet another jab in the soft flesh of Israel's RiNO (Rightwing by Name Only) government, which is simply less interested in sovereignty over the Holy Sites than the enemy.
Does Israel sill have a diplomatic relationship with Jordan? Well, yes and no.
The issue at stake was whether or not Israel is the sovereign in all of Jerusalem, and now the Netanyahu cabinet has confirmed unmistakably: We Are Not.
The prime minister spoke by phone with the two diplomats, who were held hostage in Jordan.
The eight-day journey to Israel is intended to inspire women to connect deeply with their Jewish heritage.
In May, Turkey's Erdoğan declared “every day Jerusalem is under ‘occupation.’”
There is rampant speculation that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cut a deal with Jordan to remove the metal detectors.
"We are certain that the partnership will be a long-term, strategic one."
"The personal ties and the relations between the Jewish and Georgian people are truly exemplary. Our relations go deeply to centuries."
"The terrorist who murdered this family did so knowing that the Palestinian Authority will pay him thousands of dollars a month," Danon said.
The Jordanian news agency Ammon News, reported that Netanyahu was expected to speak by phone with Jordan's King Abdullah on Monday in an attempt to ease tense relations between their two countries after the attack at the Israeli embassy in Amman.
Speaking to the passengers as well as their second, third, and fourth generation descendants, the President said, 'I am fortunate as President of the State of Israel to record with you and your families that the State of Israel, and the flag of Israel, are obvious facts.'
'With all due respect, this type of warning is out of place and contradicts all basic principles of democratic governance and rule of law worthy of its name.'
A terrorist entered the residence as a worker and stabbed an Israeli security officer.
"The heart breaks at such moments of mourning and turmoil, but it is impossible for public representatives and elected leaders to be silent. "
"The pain is deep, but our roots in the land are no less deep. Terror will never defeat us."
"The international community must intensify their efforts to pressure the Palestinian Authority to call for a stop to the violence instead of demanding that Israel removes security measures."
"It’s time to understand that we need to end the Palestinians’ illusions that they will ever have control over our land."
Ministers Katz and Bennett said that no new legislation would be needed to execute al-Abed.
'This is a real castle, which was established with a bottomless disregard for the law, on land that belongs in part to the state.'