Netanyahu to Jordan's King Abdullah: World should unite against 'barbaric cruelty' of ISIS

February 5, 2015 18:11


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Jordan's King Abdullah on Thursday and called for the world to unite against the "barbaric cruelty" of the Islamic State group, which earlier in the week released graphic footage purportedly depicting the brutal murdered a Jordanian pilot.

The premier reiterated his condolences to the Hashemite kingdom.

Netanyahu also turned toward Israeli-Jordanian relations, noting the importance of Amman's decision to return its ambassador to Israel, who was removed during a tensions over the Temple Mount.

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