King Abdullah of Jordan called Benjamin Netanyahu to congratulate him on his election win on Sunday.
President Herzog spoke at the Israeli pavilion at the COP27, saying that Israel remains committed to the global effort to combat climate change.
It is time to assert our sovereignty over our holiest site, to send a clear message to the world that the Temple Mount will indeed be a place for free worship.
Jordan’s king claims Israel is undermining the status quo in Jerusalem as women in the Old City chanting they will liberate al-Aqsa with blood and fire.
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We earnestly hope that Lapid took Abdullah to task in private for his outrageous remarks, and urged him to carefully weigh his words regarding Jerusalem.
“Israel will not stand idly by and will fight terrorism directed against it in all its forms, and will not allow harm to the security of its citizens,” Lapid said.
Jordanian Authorities used vague laws to detain, interrogate and harass journalists, political activists, members of political parties and independent trade unions according to Human Rights Watch.
It was not mentioned whether Israel and then prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu had any knowledge of Trump's proposal.
The idea was first raised in peace talks between Jerusalem and Amman in 1994 and revived in recent years.