Jordanians demonstrated in Amman to protest a gas deal with Israel that ultimately will make their lives more comfortable.
More than 3,000 Sudanese still live in Jordan, most of them in a tent city in Aman.
It is hard to believe, but Egypt is now dependent on Israel for gas instead of the other way around.
One of these days the Arabs are going to be very sorry if they have to live up to their anti-Israel rhetoric.
King of Saudi Arabia Personally Intervenes in Temple Mount Crisis, Says Metal Detectors ‘Routine’...
“The issue of metal detection machines is a matter that has become routine in the holy places because of terrorism."
If the Shin Bet had not stopped the terrorist cells in its tracks, they would have caused a mass catastrophe.
PM Netanyahu flew to Russia to meet with Russian Pres. Putin on crucial security issues, the last day before the start of Passover.
Jewish activists dressed in construction worker’s garb chanted “no more crying, time for building.”
Germany's Foreign Minister and his Jordanian counterpart tell reporters in Amman the two nations are pushing Israel and the PA to resume talks on a two-state "solution."
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.
Syrian Rebels report that the Russians are providing air support to Assad's forces attacking in southern Syria.
Israel's ambassador to Jordan, about to be kicked out, says things should calm down once the peace process is restarted.
The US Supertanker aerial firefighter arrives in Israel as the list of captured pyroterrorists grows, with fires starting to slow down.
"The change that caused me not to be able to enter was strategic, not tactical."
"Islamist terrorism, fueled by religious fanatics, constitutes the number one threat to the safety and security of the American people."
Jordan has prevented the UN Security Council from condemning the kidnapping of 3 Israeli teens by Arab terrorists.
The gas deal would supply Jordan for 15 years, at a cost of 15 billion dollars.
The takeaway from King Abdullah II's speech is not about his faint call on Israel to be more peaceful with its terrorist neighbors, but a cry for help in managing the Arab hordes on either side of his gates.
Two hostages, one each from Japan and Jordan, may die in the next 24 hours, ISIS warns.
Jordan won't allow the Israeli Ambassador to return until the guard who killed the Jordanian terrorist stands trial.
“The United States of America remains committed – if the parties agree – to a two-state solution,” Pence told Jordan's King Abdullah II.
The two groups may focus on different Arab countries for the time being, but the ideological connection between them is clear, and, apparently, the operational ties are starting to be revealed.
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.
Jordan's Arab Bank agrees to an out-of-court settlement with U.S. citizens over fiscal liability for Hamas terrorist attacks.
Jordan has headed down the dark road of open antisemitism.