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Jordan: Israel’s annexation plan cannot go unanswered

Jordan’s foreign minister Ayman al-Safadi has said that the Israeli plan to annex one-third of the occupied territories represents an obvious violation of international law and cannot go unanswered. The minister’s remarks came during a joint news conference with his German counterpart Heiko Maas on Wednesday evening in the Jordanian Capital of Amman. Safadi added …


Jordan’s king: W. Bank annexations will lead to massive conflict

Jordan’s king has warned Israel of a “massive conflict” if it proceeds with plans to annex large parts of the occupied West Bank. “Leaders who advocate a one-state solution do not understand what that would mean,” Jordan’s King Abdullah II said in an interview with the German magazine Der Spiegel published Friday. “What would happen …


Jordan and Spain affirm their rejection of any Israeli annexation steps

Jordanian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Al-Safadi and Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Spanish Cooperation Aranca Gonzalez affirmed the rejection of any Israeli steps to annex occupied Palestinian lands. Al-Safadi and Gonzales considered the annexation decision a violation of international law and undermining the foundations of the peace process that started …


Safadi: Palestinian cause in peril due to Israel’s unilateral actions

Jordanian foreign minister Ayman Safadi has said that the Palestinian cause is in danger because of Israel’s persistence in its illegal unilateral actions that undermines the two-state solution and all chances to achieve peace. “The Arab position on the Palestinian cause focuses on the full rights of the Palestinian people, especially their right to enjoy …


Jordan deplores “Israeli” police measures against J’lem Awqaf employees

Jordan on Monday strongly denounced the Israeli occupation authority for summoning Mohamed al-Khatib, director general of the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf, as part of its arbitrary measures against Islamic Awqaf employees in the holy city. This came in a statement released by the Jordanian Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs following a phone conversation between minister …


Jordanian MPs to hold a vigil on Friday to reject Al-Aqsa incursions

A number of Jordanian lawmakers plan to hold a vigil at the Karama crossing on Friday to express their rejection of events at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and statements by Israel’s interior minister demanding a change in the status quo in occupied Jerusalem. The head of the Palestine Committee in the Jordanian parliament Yahya al-Saud said: …


Jordanian PM: Jordan is “concerned” about attempts to resolve the Palestinian issue

Jordanian MP Yahya al-Saud said that the Jordanian people, the government and king stand with their Palestinian neighbors in the occupied territories. “As Jordanians, we are very concerned about attempts to solve the Palestinian issue at the expense of Palestinian rights, as well as Jordan.” He stressed that Jordan “has and will always stand firmlybefore …


Ghunaimat: Jordan under pressure for its position on Jerusalem

The spokeswoman for the Jordanian government Jumana Ghunaimat has revealed that Amman is being exposed to pressures over its position on Occupied Jerusalem, stressing the need for a united national front to fortify and protect the country. The Jordanian official made her remarks during a symposium on Media and Jerusalem held Tuesday by the parliamentary …


Jordan warns of repeated Israeli attacks

Jordan’s minister of endowments and Islamic affairs on Tuesday warned that Islam’s third-holiest site is in real danger in light of the Israeli escalated violations. Abdel Nasser Abu al-Basal’s statement came in response to recent and repeated incursions by Israeli right-wing extremists and attacks on members of the Palestinian Awqaf department. The Jordanian minister also …


Jordan renews rejection of US embassy transfer

The Jordanian government on Thursday renewed its rejection of the US president Donald Trump’s decision to move his country’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and described it as “legally void”. Official spokesman for the Jordanian government Mohammed al-Momani said that the US Jerusalem move harms the peace process, adding that the absence of a just …

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