Despite the early optimism, Israel-Jordan relations deteriorated into a cold peace and now are seemingly condemned to the back burner.
Jordan’s warnings on the eve of Israel’s new government may be a preview of worse - or may be calculated to channel an existing narrative.
A six-year $300 million project for a 'tourist city' next to the World Heritage site aims to attract five times as many visitors as the current 200,000.
The call does not reflect a shift in Jordanian policy, but the results of the US midterm elections may have paved the way for the gesture.
King Abdullah of Jordan called Benjamin Netanyahu to congratulate him on his election win on Sunday.
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.
The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Lahav Harkov.
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.
Amman seems engaged in an effort to reconcile the remaining Joint List with Ra’am and the southern Islamic branch. Here's what it might mean for Israel's upcoming elections.