"The Waqf has no authority over Jews who go up to the mountain, and the Waqf guards who choose to act against Jews improperly must be removed from the mountain."
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.
The Israeli and Saudi military leaders discussed the Iranian issue, about which their views are similar.
The White Helmets have been the target of a disinformation campaign by Syrian and Russian regime propaganda outlets
The PA denied having sent its representative to the clandestine meeting.
“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.”
Law and order violations included closing streets with parked vehicles, burning tires, and blocking roads with rocks. Definitely sounds like an intifada.
King Abdullah II of Jordan has decided to cancel his trip abroad this week after realizing that a political earthquake is threatening his rule.
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.
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.
Senior Hamas figures who recently visited Egypt were exposed to heavy pressure from Egypt to agree to the proposed Israeli-American draft of a peace agreement.
King Abdullah was responding to repeated references by President Trump describing Islam and the United States as being at odds with each other. Trump said on the campaign trail that Muslims hate the US.
UNRWA's labor union rejected the agency's diminishing its role "in preserving the identity of the Palestinian refugee and his right to return to his homeland."
According to a Friday night report by the Washington Post, President Trump, who has a lot on his plate this week and next, became "agitated and exasperated" at his staff's overly cautious approach to the Jerusalem embassy issue.
Israel has recently sent a clear message to Jordan that the Red Sea–Dead Sea Water Conveyance, a.k.a. Two Seas Canal, will not be promoted as long as the Israeli embassy in Amman remains closed.
The new fence is being modeled after the security barriers along Israel's borders with Egypt and the Golan Heights.
Jordanian columnist Asad al-‘Azouni wrote in Ammon claiming that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi could not possibly be a Muslim, but was instead an Israeli Rabbi named Elliott Shimon.
163 passports belonging Jordanian citizens who requested a visa to Israel are locked away in a safe of the shuttered Israeli embassy in Jordan.
The Jordanian government ordered the Waqf to not appear in court, as part of their policy to not recognize the authority of the courts of the State of Israel over the Temple Mount.
BDS Jordan started in 2014, when 10 Jordanian women came together to “reactivate the boycott weapon.”
The meeting will be the second one under the coordination mechanism.
Jordanian MP Al-Saud still wants to beat up Israeli MK Oren Hazan.
UPDATE: The Prime Minister's Office ordered MK Oren Hazan to go home and after Hazan had already arrived at the Allenby Bridge...
As a result of the Jordanian disclosure, the Moyal family has left their home out of fear of attack.
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.