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October 16, 2009 19:07

 
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Jordan's King Abdullah on Friday warned Israel against 'crossing red lines' in handling the situation in Jerusalem, and said such a move would have disastrous implications for the security and stability in the region, Israel Radio reported. In a meeting with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero in Amman, Abdullah called on the international community, and especially on the European Union, to respond harshly to every Israeli move that endangers the holy sites in Jerusalem and is intended to change the city's identity.

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