By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Jordan's King Abdullah II said Thursday he was "very concerned" by the wave of inter-Palestinian fighting in Gaza and warned that more violence will come unless progress is in the peace process.
The monarch spoke at a gathering of Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian peace activists in this southern port as fighting in Gaza between the mainstream Fatah faction and the militant Hamas entered its fifth day.
"I'm very concerned about the violence in Gaza. It must stop for the sake of the Palestinian people and for the sake of Palestine," Abdullah told the gathering.
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