The Jordan Times' version of the King Abdullah's announcement Saturday already scrubbed out the anti-Semitic tidbit, but it was clear that the King is stressed enough by recent events to shake out the ant-Jewish genie in the bottle.
Jordanian elements have also been deeply involved in the incitement against Israel in Jerusalem.
Lapid also said Israel must let go of what he called a “misguided dream” it will build a gas pipeline to Turkey.
Russia's military forces now have a permanent base in Syria.
Jordan won't permit the Israeli embassy staff back until the embassy guard stands trial for killing the Jordanian terrorist.
Fatah's Tanzim terror group, slated to lead this Friday's "day of rage," was pivotal in launching the second intifada.
"Everyone knows how deep and dangerous ... plans have been for years to Judaize Jerusalem.”
"Islamist terrorism, fueled by religious fanatics, constitutes the number one threat to the safety and security of the American people."
So far, 7,307 Syrian nationals, half of them children, have arrived in the UK under a government plan to resettle 20,000 by 2020.
"When Jewish blood is being spilled... raise the flag of settlement in the Land of Israel."
Look who's pushing this video clip: our friends at the official Turkish Anadolu news agency.
The nearest Russian military post is just 8 miles from the disengagement zone of the Israeli and Syrian forces.
'Those who are able to should visit Al-Aqsa. For those who cannot visit Al-Aqsa should send aid to our brothers there,' Erdogan said.
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 security footage shows the Jordanian soldier attacking and deliberately murdering the US soldiers.
The prime minister spoke by phone with the two diplomats, who were held hostage in Jordan.
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.
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.
A government source insisted that Jordan would take steps to escalate the diplomatic crisis in the event that the Israeli diplomat is not handed over to the security authorities.
Jordanian police confiscated tefillin, talitot, kipot, and prayer books, and even forbade prayer in their hotel rooms.
Jordan is not permitting Israeli embassy officials leave the embassy and the stabber's family wants death sentence for the Israeli officer.
A terrorist entered the residence as a worker and stabbed an Israeli security officer.
More troubling is the oblique Turkish government sponsorship of the violence against the Istanbul synagogue.