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Seven Americans have volunteered to each take 100 lashes in place of Saudi blogger Raif Badawi.
“He can perform quite well for a few minutes, but then he gets muddled and goes off message."
“They motioned to the guards not to take them away until they finished the ‘silent Amidah’ prayer.”
Abdullah to be replaced within a generation.
With oil prices falling, Saudi Arabia may begin selling to Israel.
President Barack Obama will fly to Saudi Arabia next month in an effort to repair a deteriorating relationship following his failure to significantly improve...
Jordan might be the X factor in Kerry’s foolsmanship in the Middle East.
The Palestinian Authority is only a puppet opponent of Israel.
The Jordanian monarch fears being accused of treason and collaboration with the "Zionist enemy."
The Women of the Wall was so focused on Haredim that the girls forgot to ask Jordan for permission to pray in their own minyan. Now maybe the WoW will wake up to reality and pray on the Temple Mount.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has turned his schedule upside down to keep his three-ring circus from collapsing under his “peace tent” that...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry may or may come up with results in his peace process trip to the region, but at least...
Israel's ambassador to Jordan, about to be kicked out, says things should calm down once the peace process is restarted.
Jordan is jittery as Syrian chaos and bloodshed goes from worst to worst. Abdullah had no choice but to ditch hopes for Assad and let Israel use its air space to attack Syria with drones, if need be.
"If revolutions are suppressed they turn into armed action, and if they are ignored they expand and spread."
Last week, protests broke out in Jordan after a government decision to raise fuel prices.
Unless the U.S. clarifies its position regarding King Abdullah and reiterates its full backing for his regime, the Muslim fundamentalists are likely to step up their efforts to create anarchy and lawlessness in the kingdom.
Walid Obeidat, Jordan's new ambassador to Israel, a member of one of Jordan's largest and most influential tribes, deserves an award for being one of the most courageous diplomats not only in his country, but in the entire Arab world. His tribe has now "disowned" him because he agreed to serve as ambassador to Israel, which has a peace treaty with Jordan.
Today, most of the anti-regime demonstrations throughout the kingdom are being initiated and led by Muslim Brotherhood supporters whose goal is to turn Jordan into an Islamic republic. Many Arabs feel that President Barack Obama's endorsement of the Muslim Brotherhood has emboldened the Islamists and increased their appetite to drive moderate and secular rulers out of the Arab world.