Despite seemingly warming ties between Jerusalem and Amman, Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi has issued a directive against finalizing any land deal involving “Palestinian lands.”
The agreement that will secure the doubling of the annual water supply from Israel to Jordan throughout the coming year, with the possibility of an additional year.
According to Kara, “Jordan can now help the Druze refugees on humanitarian grounds."
Listed in the report were 565 Israelis identified as final beneficiaries of companies, along with 10 Israeli billionaires.
Herzog praised the Jordanian monarch as a "great leader and a highly significant regional actor, who has recently met extremely important leaders."
Police caught the smuggler after a car chase.
Ahead of each Shemittah year, the Jewish State arranges the purchase of agricultural goods from nations abroad.
The body was found near Ammunition Hill as work was being done for the Jerusalem Light Rail.
The men, residents of Saudi Arabia, were arrested three years ago and accused of links with a terrorist organization and its fundraising.
Workers found the weapons as they were preparing the ground for the Jerusalem Light Rail.
Jordanian media says Amman’s intelligence service has four suspects in custody on suspicion of planning to ambush Israeli soldiers and target Jews in the country.
Partly driving the shift “is the weakness the United States is showing towards Iran in its efforts to reduce its presence in the Middle East and bolster its position in the Far East against the growing Chinese challenge,” said Bar-Ilan Professor Hillel Frisch, a Middle East expert at the BESA Center.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and King Abdullah reportedly met in secret last week in Amman, prior to the Jordanian monarch’s scheduled visit the White House on July 19.
Jordanian exports to Judea and Samaria will increase from $160 million a year to $700 million.
Perhaps PM Bennett should condition selling the thirsty Jordanian more water on Jordan leasing Israel's hungry farmers their lands.
An IDF reservist was moderately injured during the exchange, along with one of the suspects.
An intended serious attack planned by the pair was thwarted ahead of time "due to the vigilance of the [Israeli] security forces."
The shipment included a number of trucks with medical equipment destined for the Jordanian hospital in the Gaza Strip.
The police and Shin Bet arrested dozens of suspects on Sunday that are believed to be involved in rioting and attacks.
Everyone wants to get into Israel these days.
Of course, Israel could call Abass' bluff by designating voting stations for eastern Jerusalem residents who possess PA ID cards.
The documents are not new, and are part of the struggle between Jordan, Turkey and Saudi Arabia over who among them will dominate Jerusalem.
The Waqf council has been challenging the Jordanian crown, which preferred a more peaceful management of the Temple Mount sanctuary.
The former crown prince, who was placed under house arrest following reports of a coup attempt, signed the letter after meeting with Prince Hassan, the king’s uncle, and other princes.
Jordanian officials sent a message to Israel saying "the situation is under control" and there is no threat to the stability of the kingdom.
The new president also made sure to staff his foreign policy ranks with old Obama hands, including John Kerry who has come to represent American anti-Israel attitude even more so than President Obama.
Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi clarified to parliament: “The agreement does not authorize American forces to carry out combat actions within the kingdom.”
The release of the Roth video came out four years after the United States announced terrorism charges against Ahlam Ahmad Tamimi for masterminding the attack on a Sbarro pizzeria.
Tamimi is still listed as a "Most Wanted Terrorist" on the list of the FBI.
It appears that everybody involved in relations with Israel on the Arab side has been jittery recently.