Deri poised to step down as MK Avraham Michaeli to take his place
Odeh voices support for unarmed Palestinian 'struggle'
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Meretz's Gal-On calls on Likud ministers at right-wing rally to step down
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Report: Russian Jewish leader endorses aid to Assad
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10.06.2015 | 23 Tishri, 5776
According to the reports, the Hashemite monarchy is furious with the Israeli government over recent statements accusing Amman of playing a destabilizing role on Temple Mount.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Channel Two reports that Israel has sent messages to Jordan that armed rioters were being allowed to sleep in al-Aksa.
Arab MKs met Jordan’s King Abdullah and on Monday plan to meet Turkey’s Erdogan over Temple Mount tensions; Jewish MKs respond furiously
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,LAHAV HARKOV
Israeli police raided the plaza outside Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque on Sunday in what they said was a bid to head off Palestinian attempts to disrupt visits by Jews and foreign tourists.
Israel is entering a sensitive, problematic situation diplomacy-wise.
By UDI SEGAL
Amman appoints 52 new workers to body in charge of Islamic holy sites in Jerusalem; plans to hire 70 more.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
The settlement was confirmed on Friday by Michael Elsner, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, and a spokesman for Arab Bank. The terms were not disclosed.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,REUTERS
The most practical solution is for police to enforce a policy that restricts Muslim mobs from coming within 20 meters of Jewish visitors to the Mount, one activist claims.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Embassy in Amman protested "incitement to kill Israelis" in the Jordanian press.
London-based paper says decision could affect Abbas and his two sons, who have businesses in Jordan.
Renovation renews concerns among archeologists, religious groups of Muslim indifference and destruction of Jewish antiquities at contested holy site.
Sources say Jordan's Dina Kawar had to "practically be shoved out the door" in order to file the Palestinian draft.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
"Dollars played an important role as they provided legitimacy to Hamas," said the plaintiffs' lawyer.
The Brotherhood members are accused of creating a secret military organization and planning to carry out terrorist attacks in the West Bank.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
"Al Arab Al Yawm" reports Jordan has called on Netanyahu's government to maintain status quo in capital.
Adnan Abu Uda, the King's previous chief of office, says attack on synagogue was "natural reaction," and of no connection to Jordan.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Jordan recalled Walid Obeidat for consultations earlier this month to protest Israeli actions on the Temple Mount.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The new EcoPeace tours come in various shapes and sizes, organized by an assortment of tour companies from the three places and offering different prices per person based on group size.
By SHARON UDASIN
A variety of Israeli, German and Jordanian ornithology and climate experts will meet for the 2nd German-Israeli Climate Talks
The problem of sinkholes along the Dead Sea is getting worse and is negatively affecting tourism.
By EYAL LEVY
Israel will sell Jordan an additional 50 million cubic meters of water from Lake Kinneret.
Israeli businessman hopes to ship goods through Jordan to Arab world.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN/THE MEDIA LINE
“Jordan is a Muslim country, with a deeply-rooted Christian community. Together, the Jordanian people make up an indivisible society, friends and partners in building our country” Abdullah said.
By ARIEL COHEN
France is in the process of making a request for suspect's extradition.
Breaking down the Jordanian bank’s 11th-hour settlement with the plaintiffs of a historic terrorist-financing verdict.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Jordan says is coordinating with Japanese authorities in effort to secure release of Goto, a veteran war reporter.
The Green Leaf party has never made it into the Knesset in any of their previous 5 election campaigns.
By BEN HARTMAN
According to Israel Radio, the incident was triggered when Judeh took to the podium to speak at a donors conference hosted by the UN.
PM says world is witnessing today what happens when countries lose control of their borders.
By HERB KEINON
Worried that the proximity could spell dangerous disruptions to its air corridors, Amman said in June it had complained to the UN.
The acting minister of the Regional Cooperation Ministry, said that he is pushing to create an additional border crossing with the Hashemite Kingdom.
The hotels on the shores of the Hashemite Kingdom offer a perfectly pampering getaway
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The Washington Institute for Near East Policy— once squarely focused on the Israeli-Arab conflict— has expanded its research staff to keep up with an ever-complicated Middle East.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Rehabilitation of the Jordan River has been an ongoing process in recent years, with the most recent development occurring when in March.
Police prohibit any non-Muslim prayer at the site as well as any outward demonstrations of religious worship.
By JEREMY SHARON
PM, energy minister authorized agreement to convey Tamar reservoir gas to two Jordanian companies.
If agreement evolves into full-fledged deal, parties intend for about 9 million cubic meters of gas to flow daily to Jordan, over land.
The Islamic state will need time to ‘digest’ all the territory it has taken, but once it does, it will face a strategic dilemma.
By YAAKOV AMIDROR
Israel, motivated by fears about the stability of Jordan, has blocked the sale of drones to the kingdom and is building a new high-tech border fence.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Threat of Islamic State seen as justification for clampdown.
By ROBERT SWIFT/ THE MEDIA LINE
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East
By MEDIA LINE
Fars News Agency claims three Israeli soldiers were killed in an air raid on Saturday.
Egypt's Sisi, Jordan’s King Abdullah, and Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan are in Russia for talks.
The rare sight of Israeli and Jordanian aircraft flying in tandem appears to indicate a new, stepped-up level of military and defense cooperation.
Islamists stage rally aimed at calling on Arab regimes to "defend al-Aksa mosque."
Many Palestinians suspect that UNRWA’s scaling-down of its services is part of a “conspiracy” to eliminate the refugee problem.
American official says Jerusalem gave US-supplied Cobra choppers to Hashemite kingdom to fend off insurgent threats; Jordan, Israel decline comment.
Former Pentagon official to ‘Post’: To many, news that an Iranian operative was arrested came as a surprise, but it shouldn’t have.
Source tells Jordanian news outlet that large amount of explosives found following arrest.
Zuhair Mohamad Hassan Khalid al-Abassi, aka “Amjad Atta,” one of three suspects in the attack for whom France issued an international arrest warrant earlier this year, was arrested on June 1.
The Jordanians claim that the head of the Palestinian Football Association did not vote for their candidate; Many are calling on government to revoke Rajoub’s Jordanian citizenship.
Islamic State and the Syrian civil war have for now squelched hopes of a trade boom in the area by disrupting Jordan's overland trading routes with Iraq and Syria,.
Jordan has reportedly requested to buy the unarmed MQ-1 Predators to find Islamic State targets in neighboring Iraq and Syria.
Long constrained by cultural and religious conservatism, women's soccer could make rapid advances in the Muslim world with the holding of the first female World Cup in the Middle East.
Expert to ‘Post’: Jordan is gaining strategic importance and its losses in trade are being offset by its increasing significance to Saudi Arabia and Gulf states.
In separate advance, Islamic State seizes vast Palestinian refugee camp on outskirts of Damascus.
A group of dancing Hassidic Jews singing wedding songs in Queen Alia International Airport arouse anger on Jordanian social media and in the government.
By DOV LIEBER
Experts worry that if Iran goes nuclear it will lead other Sunni Middle Eastern countries to follow suit with their own programs.
King says Europe has key place in helping fight rise of Islamophobia.
Jordanian queen calls on IS to remove "I" from ISIS, distance themselves from association with Islam which they represent falsely.
"This brings Muslims, Christians, other religions together in this generational fight," Abdullah said an interview with CNN.
ISIS burning of Jordanian pilot shakes troubled kingdom as government steps up security crackdown, arrests of jihadis.
Officials speak under anonymity, say plans for replenishment of Jordanian munition underway.
Mueller was determined to have died after her Islamic State captors reached out privately to her family over the weekend, a White House spokeswoman says.
"Islam is our responsibility. Our identity is our responsibility," said queen Rania in a video about the need to defeat ISIS both militarily and ideologically.
"There will be a major counter offensive on the ground in Iraq," says Gen. John Allen.
"We achieved what we aimed at. We destroyed logistics centers, arms depots and targeted hideouts of their fighters," general says.
Israeli officials had previously stopped short of making such explicit calls, citing concern that such groups would face added hostility by being publicly associated with Israel.
Kayla Mueller, 26, an international aid worker who was based in Syria, was taken captive by ISIS terrorists in August 2013.
Crowds massed near the main Husseini mosque, then marched chanting "Death to Daesh."
There is still a long way to go before the tide turns decisively against the group in Syria, where it has faced less military pressure than in Iraq.
Islamic State is probably going to try to retaliate, though it will not be able to invade the Kingdom as it did Iraq, expert says.
Jordan's King Abdullah was visiting the pilot's family at the time of the flyover.
King Abdullah vowed a relentless war against Islamic State on their own territory.
Amman vows to step up role with international coalition fighting ISIS a day after video released of Jordanian pilot being executed by terror group.
Speaking to Al-Arabiya television, Safi Yousef said that ISIS’ “terrorist actions are far from the meaning of Islam.”
At dawn Wednesday, Jordan executes female suicide bomber Sajida al-Rishawiand demanded by Islamic State along with al-Qaida operative Ziyad Karboli.
"The revenge will be as big as the calamity that has hit Jordan," the Jordanian army spokesman Colonel Mamdouh said.
Jordan had been making efforts to free the pilot in a prisoner swap.
Islamic State is demanding the release of a death-row terrorist who killed 60 in a 2005 attack in Amman.
Experts: Delay does not constitute a setback for Israel.
Muath al-Kasaesbeh fell into captivity after his fighter jet was hit by a heat-seeking missile ten days ago.
Jordan declined comment on the interview, the first since IS published photographs purporting to show airman's capture.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Jordanian MP Hind al-Fayez alludes to Israel as "Satan"; says in TV interview that Amman should not use the national deficit as a pretext for an agreement with Israel.
Islamic State social media accounts published pictures purportedly of the warplane's pilot being held by the group's fighters and said he was Jordanian.
Egyptian, Jordanian leaders call to remove obstacles standing in the way of renewing the peace process, and work toward a two-state solution.
Obama promises more aid, loan guarantees to Jordan.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,REUTERS
US president meets with Jordan's King Abdullah in Washington to speak about regional issues in the Mideast.
“I ask Allah to surround them with abundant mercy and satisfaction, which will grant you all patience and solace,” the Jordanian Jafra News website reported.
Parliament commemorates Palestinian terrorist while Jordanian government condemns deadly attack.
The young lions are heading to an animal treatment center in Jordan.
The Arava is hot, dry and inhospitable, one of the most forbidding areas on the planet.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Mark Twain quipped that "if you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything." That means that Abbas has to remember everything, all the time.
By SARAH HONIG