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Parliament Speaker Atef Tarawneh announced that the Jordanian Parliament has refused to approve the attendance of an Israeli delegation at an international summit held in Jordan this week.
Jordan again warns of "dangerous consequences" for "invasions" by Jews who visit the Temple Mount.
Secy Kerry is to meet with Jordan's FM Judeh and then King Abdullah II over the Syrian crisis and ISIS.
Jordan demands that Israel "return jurisdiction" over a part of the Western Wall to the Islamic Waqf.
Jordan's King Abdullah II is stepping in to help deal with the current wave of Arab terror aimed at Israel.
An Al Aqsa NGO official responds: "The Temple Mount is not part of Israel." PA accuses Erdan of "racism."
John Kerry helped restore calm to the Temple Mount - at the price that Jews may not pray there.
For the first time ever, Israel appoints a woman to serve as ambassador to an Arab country. Einat Schlein is posted to Jordan.
Israel became an energy producer for the first time today, after closing a deal to export natural gas from Leviathan gas field to Jordan.
The Prime Minister’s Office has denied President Shimon Peres ever reached a deal with PA Chairman Abbas.
Kerry is on a mission to convince Abbas to reverse his position that he has no intention of continuing negotiations with Israel over the U.S. sponsored “framework agreement.”
A Saudi court has sentenced a man to 15 years in jail for offering to spy for Israel while he was visiting Jordan, Saudi...
Muslim thugs in Jordan last weekend attacked a large group of young men and women who had gathered at a coffee shop in Amman to celebrate Halloween. The thugs were members of the Muslim Brotherhood organization and the Salafi group. They claimed that the party was being held by "worshippers of the devil" and said Halloween was in violation of the teachings of Islam.
Why Israeli authorities changed their minds and let Nizan Tamimi go to Jordan to reunite with his wife - and fellow convicted terrorist - Ahlam. Hint: The same reason Palestinian prisoners' hunger strikes are successful.
Jordan has recently witnessed weekly demonstrations calling for far-reaching reforms and an end to financial corruption. King Abdullah did not take the protests seriously at first, but is now desperate to restore calm and order; going as far as ordering the arrest of some of his most trusted officials.