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Daily Briefing: WHAT’S WITH JORDAN AND ISRAEL?

Does the Jordanian Smuggling Incident Reflect a Dangerous Development With Amman?:  Ambassador Alan Baker and Lenny Ben-David, JNS,  Apr. 27, 2023
Jordanian Gun Arrest Underscores Israel’s Smuggling Problem:  Mathew Levitt and Lauren von Thaden, Washington Institute, Apr 25, 2023
Following Renewal of Saudi-Iranian Relations, Debate In Jordanian Press Over Whether Jordan Should Also Reconcile With Iran:  Z. Harel, MEMRI, Mar. 29, 2023
New Era of Diplomacy: Jordanian King Meets Saudi Crown Prince In Jeddah – Analysis:  Seth J. Frantzman, Jerusalem Post, Apr. 20, 2023


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Foreign Ministers of Iran, Jordan Agree To ‘Meet As Soon As Possible’:  Shachar Berdishevsky/MaarivJerusalem Post staff, Apr. 21, 2023 The foreign ministers of Iran and Jordan spoke on Thursday and agreed to meet “as soon as possible” in order to discuss relations between the two countries.

Jordan’s 1st Israel Envoy: No Chance Of 2-State Solution, Amman Must Change Approach:  TOI staff, Times of Israel, Apr. 12, 2023 — Jordan’s first ambassador to Israel, who subsequently served as the kingdom’s foreign minister, has said that the two-state solution to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is no longer a possibility and that Amman needs to change its approach to relations given Jerusalem’s hardline government.
 
Jordan Pushing Arab Peace Plan to End Syria Conflict:  Jerusalem Post, Apr. 14, 2023 — Jordan said ahead of a meeting on Friday to discuss Syria’s readmission to the Arab League it was pushing a joint Arab peace plan that could end the devastating consequences of the over decade old Syrian conflict, according to a source close to the matter.
 
Jordan’s Mask of Moderation Comes Off – Opinion Hugh Fitzgerald, United With Israel, Apr. 17, 2023 — The Temple Mount (for the Muslims, Haram al-Sharif) is the holiest site in Judaism, the place where both the First and Second Temples were built and then destroyed, the first in 586 BCE by the Babylonians, and the second by the Romans in 70 CE.
 
How Israel is Unifying Arabs and Muslims around Palestine: Ramzy Baroud, Jordan Times, Apr. 11, 2023 — By ordering a brutal attack against Palestinian worshipers inside Al Aqsa Mosque on the 14th day of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu knew very well that the Palestinians would retaliate.

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