Jordanian King thanks US President after calm returns to Temple Mount

By MAARIV ONLINE
July 28, 2017 23:54
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On Friday evening King Abdullah II of Jordan thanked US president Donald Trump during a phone conversation for American help in returning the situation in the al-Aksa mosque to it's former state. The Jordanian news agency Petra reported that in his conversation the King emphasized the importance of the countries involved being coordinated regarding the situation at Temple Mount. 

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