Jordan makes overtures to Islamic Movement hardliners in Israel

Amman might be trying to get Arab citizens who usually boycott Israeli elections to vote on November 1, analyst says.

The headquarters of Arab Bank in Amman, Jordan

Israeli court dismisses NIS 30b. terrorism-finance case against Arab Bank

In support of the decision, the Jerusalem District Court said the plaintiffs had tried to use Israeli law in the US courts, and yet their claim was still rejected.

Lapid holds first meeting with Jordanian King Abdullah

The leaders discussed ways to improve relations between the countries and put more meaning behind their peace agreement.

A protester holds a poster of Jordan's King Abdullah as he takes part in a human chain during a sit-

Jordan: A family dispute or a foreign-backed plot?

"No one expected the controversy to escalate to a point where the king would order the army and the mukhabarat to raid Prince Hamzah’s palace and place him under house arrest."

Understanding the rift between Jerusalem and Amman - analysis

On the security side, the situation is said to be better and the militaries in both countries are believed to regularly work together against common threats.

A worker prepares a traditional sweet "Konafa" at a shop, after the government eased the restriction

Jordan: Child dead and 700 others poisoned by deadly shwarma in Amman

It all started when a local food stand owner in Amman offered shwarma for the extremely low price of less than NIS 6 per serving.

A protester holds up a Jordanian national flag during a protest in Amman, Jordan June 4, 2018.

In major reshuffle, Jordan PM moves to push IMF-led economic reforms

Jordan's debt level has spiraled to around $40 billion, driven in part by government moves this year to raise the salaries of teachers and army retirees at a time of falling state revenues.

AN IDF soldier patrols the border area between Israel and Jordan at Naharayim, as seen from the Isra

Israel-Jordan Crisis: Arrested Israeli was FSU immigrant, wanted by police

Earlier in the day, Jordan recalled its ambassador to Israel for consultations in protest over Israel's refusal to heed its demands to release two citizens it said were illegally detained for months.

AN IDF soldier patrols the border area between Israel and Jordan at Naharayim, as seen from the Isra

Jordan and Israel ties: a need for common understanding among peoples

For too long, Israeli governments have believed that maintaining clandestine ties among the political elites of its key regional partners would suffice for stability and security.

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