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‘We Can Do More to Broaden Cooperation’ with Jordan, Says Rivlin

"We drink the same water and we breathe the same air. It is time that our two peoples get to know each other better.”

Absolutely No One Recalls Sinai War’s 62nd Anniversary (It’s Today)

Israel was looking to end the constant infiltrations from the Gaza Strip of Fedayeen terrorists, who robbed and murdered Israeli settlers—many of whom were recent newcomers to the Jewish State.

IDF Searches for Missing Jordanian Children Swept Away in Flash Flood Near Dead Sea

“At this time the soldiers are wrapping up rescue operation and will continue to search for those who are still missing to the best of their ability as the weather conditions permit in the area of the flood zone.”

Responding to Mob Pressure, King Abdullah Revokes Parts of Peace Treaty with Israel

Naturally, the thousands of anti-Israel demonstrators were drinking fresh water drawn from lake Kinneret and other Israeli water sources—as part of the same 1994 peace treaty.

IDF Chief Spoke in DC with his Counterparts from Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan

The Israeli and Saudi military leaders discussed the Iranian issue, about which their views are similar.

Iran’s Leaders Embezzled Billions From Iran’s Treasury, US President Trump Tells UN General Assembly

"Every solution to the humanitarian crisis in Syria must also include a strategy to address the brutal regime that has fueled and financed it: the corrupt dictatorship in Iran."

Israeli Woman Dies on Hike in Kingdom of Jordan

The 30 year-old Israeli woman died while on an organized trip to Jordan.

Israel Ambassador to Jordan, Amir Weissbrod, Presents Credentials

It has been a year since the post was filled following an attack on an Israeli security guard at the Israeli embassy in Amman.

Belgian Citizen Arrested at Jordanian Border, Said to Be Member of PFLP, Has Ties...

In 2015, the suspect traveled to Lebanon where he received military training with Hezbollah.

Jordan Protests As Jews Ascend Temple Mount on Tisha B’Av

Jewish activists dressed in construction worker’s garb chanted “no more crying, time for building.” 

IDF Evacuates Syrian ‘White Helmets’ Civil Defense Members Fearing for their Lives to Jordan

The White Helmets have been the target of a disinformation campaign by Syrian and Russian regime propaganda outlets

The PA, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Caution Israel on Erdogan’s Meddling in Eastern Jerusalem

The Jordanians are afraid that Erdogan is trying to undermine the status of the Hashemite Kingdom as guardian of the holy Muslim sites in the city.

US Tells Syrian Rebels They’re on Their Own, as Russian Airplanes Attack

Syrian Rebels report that the Russians are providing air support to Assad's forces attacking in southern Syria.

Netanyahu, Jordan’s Abdullah, Talk PA Peace in Amman

Netanyahu also "reiterated Israel's commitment to maintaining the status quo at the holy sites in Jerusalem."

Jordan Won’t Return its Ambassador to Iran

Jordan is upset with Iranian interference in the Arab countries.

Using Ramadan as Cover, 1,000 Waqf Workers ‘Cleared’ Soil Rich with Evidence of Jewish...

At this point, those tall piles of soil are gone from the Temple Mount, replaced by terraced stones. The crime paid. All evidence of a Jewish Temple have been permanently eliminated.

Jordan Watch: 2nd Largest Jordanian Tribe Delivers Ultimatum to King Abdullah

Fares al-Fayez, a member of the Beni Sakhr and a long-time critic of the king, was arrested on charges of seeking to overthrow the regime.

Egypt Warily Observing Muslim Brotherhood Exploits in Jordan

“True, the Brotherhood is politically over in Egypt but there is belief that the group is still present and waiting for a suitable moment to come back to the political stage.”

Jordan Watch: Riots Continue in Jordan, Casualties Reported

A security guard was stabbed in Amman by one of the rioters, according to a report posted on Rotter.net.

Intifada Brewing in Jordan

Law and order violations included closing streets with parked vehicles, burning tires, and blocking roads with rocks. Definitely sounds like an intifada.
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Jordan May Have Embarked on Its Arab Spring Crisis

King Abdullah II of Jordan has decided to cancel his trip abroad this week after realizing that a political earthquake is threatening his rule.

Riots Continue as Fearful Jordanian King Suspends Fuel, Electricity Hikes

Jordan is the latest third-world victim of the International Monetary Fund, which has caused unrest and even violent revolutions over the past three decades.

Russia Flipping Partners in Syria ‘De-Escalation’ Zones

One of those zones was supposed to be handed over to Iran, which was planning to rule over the rebel-controlled south, along the Syrian border with Israel and Jordan.

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