israeli embassy in Jordan

israeli embassy in Jordan
Jared Kushner meets Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, June 21 2017.

Netanyahu thanks U.S. for helping resolve Jordan crisis

Jordan said that Israel had apologized for the July incident in which two Jordanians were killed at the Israeli Embassy compound in Amman.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets Israel's Ambassador to Jordan Einat Schlein and wounded secu

Israel announces reopening of Jordanian embassy

Following an incident in July, the embassy’s entire staff – including the guard and ambassador Einat Schlein – were returned to Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets Israel's Ambassador to Jordan Einat Schlein and wounded secu

Israeli embassy in Jordan can't reopen before legal action against guard

Israeli sources said on Wednesday they were planning to replace Ambassador Einat Schlein at the Amman embassy in an effort to improve ties.


Israel to appoint new envoy to Jordan in bid to heal ties

Jordan demands that Israel launch criminal proceedings against security guard at the embassy who killed two Jordanians in what he called self-defense.

Jordan breaking international law, peace treaty with ambassador refusal

It is in the vital interests of both countries that Israeli-Jordanian relations be put back on track.


Israël, le mal-aimé

Si plusieurs gouvernements arabes coopèrent avec l’Etat juif, les populations, elles, font de la résistance

A photo identity card belonging to Ziv Moyal, published by Jordanian newspaper Al-Rad, July 30, 2017

Jordanian newspaper reveals identity of Israeli embassy security officer

The Jordanian paper noted that, according to documents obtained, the guard carried a diplomatic identity card.

The Israeli embassy in Amman and its surrounding are on lockdown following an attack in which a secu

Israel looking to reopen Jordan embassy as soon as possible

Israel views its relationship with Jordan as strategic and sees its presence in the country as both symbolically and tactically important.

People attend the funeral of Mohammad Jawawdah in Amman, Jordan July 25, 2017.

Jordanians protest against Israel at funeral of shot teenager

The staff of Israel's embassy in Jordan, including the security guard involved in the shooting incident, returned to Israel from Amman on Monday.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hugs the security guard from the Israeli embassy in Amman

Grapevine: Welcome home

The return of the embassy personnel was made possible due to the close cooperation that took place during a 24-hour period between Israel and Jordan.

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