Can Iran and Its Proxies Be Restrained in Syria?
Jordan: In-Depth Reports
The vision of peace through compromise and partition endures in the spirit of the Peel Commission’s proposed solution. Read More »
Did Hariri fear an assassination attempt, like the one that killed his father? Read More »
Why the Saudis didn’t participate Read More »
Terrorism, Religion, Metal Detectors, and a Clash of Perception Read More »
Jordan’s Refusal to Permit the Return of Israel’s Ambassador Is against International Law and the Peace Treaty
Jordan is at odds with the Jordanian-Israeli Peace Treaty Read More »
Is Mahmoud Abbas avoiding the issue? Read More »
Why did the Saudis suspend aid to the Palestinian Authority? Read More »
Sharp divisions within Abbas’ Fatah organization Read More »
King Abdullah of Jordan made some very strong statements against Jews going to the Temple Mount. Should Israel be concerned?
Jerusalem Center Arab Affairs analyst Pinhas Inbari noted: “I think that the Muqata in Ramallah should be more concerned than Israel because King Abdullah’s main message was not against Israel, as strange as it may seem, it was against the Muqata in Ramallah, because King Abdullah of Jordan was representing the Palestinian problem instead of the PLO, and he mentioned his sole responsibility over Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa mosque, which is the role of the Palestinians, as far as they are perceiving their role in Jerusalem. And he did not mention the Palestinians in Jerusalem, but he mentioned the Arabs in Jerusalem, which means there is no legitimacy to the PA in Jerusalem.” Read More »
“Be flexible,” Arab kings tell the PA leader Abbas Read More »