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Israel-Jordan peace needs warming up

There are several reasons for the present perception of a cooling-off in the relationship, often related to internal politics in both countries.

Jordanian citizen Hiba Labadi gestures upon her release by Israel, at the King Hussein Bridge crossi

Jordanians detained in Israel released, cross back to Jordan

Jordan last week had recalled its ambassador, Ghassan al-Majali, to protest the arrest. Based on an agreement worked out between the two countries, Majali said that he would return to Israel.

Jordan's King Abdullah II (R) greets Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Keep the peace

The 25th anniversary of the peace treaty between Israel and Jordan passed with little fanfare.

Memorial located at Naharayim

After 25 Years of Peace, Israel-Jordan Relations Need a Restart

should the strategic ties with the Hashemite Kingdom be limited to security issues, important though they are?

Atef Tarawneh, speaker of the Jordanian parliament, speaks during an emergency meeting

Jordan-Israel peace treaty under threat - Jordanian parliament speaker

"We in Jordan, who are signatory to a peace treaty with the Israeli occupation government, see today that this peace is under threat, in light of the blatant violation of its terms."

16/10/2019

Jordan's termination of annexes start of a process, not the end

Just as the peace treaty stipulates that one side can announce that it wants to opt out of the annexes, the agreement also stipulated that when it does so, the two countries will open consultations.

21/10/2018

'Peaceful' former Jordanian PM says if we can, we will take Haifa back

"The Arabs do not have any power. If we ever have military power, will we let them keep Haifa? We'll take it."

King Abdullah: Efforts to safeguard Palestinians in J'lem must be strengthened

Erekat: Arab states should cut ties with any country that recognizes city as Israel’s capital or moves its embassy there

06/01/2018

How significant are Israel's relations with the Arab world?

Israel has found in the past that its apparently warm relations can quickly turn sour.

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