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Islamic hate preacher barred from Britain

Last week we were dismayed to learn that the Islamic hate preacher Sheikh Ekrima Sabri had been invited by EuroPal, a pro-Palestinian group to speak in Parliament (!).  357 more words


Ankara, Amman discuss efforts to protect Jerusalem



President Erdoğan (L) and Jordan’s King Abdullah II (R) review Bedouin honor guards at the Royal Palace in Amman, Jordan, Aug. 21. 268 more words


Israel demolishes home of Palestinian who stabbed 3 to death


© AFP | A villager walks through the wreckage of the home of a Palestinian who killed three residents of a nearby Jewish settlement after it was demolished by the Israeli army in Kobar in the occupied West Bank on August 16, 2017… 414 more words

Oh Abdullah, Jordan is Not So Special

The current leader of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a well-polished man named King Abdullah II, who has reigned since the passing of his father in 1999. 1,435 more words


Jordanian king in rare visit to Palestinian president


© AFP/File / by Shatha Yaish and Hossam Ezzedine | Israeli security forces stand guard in the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem on July 27, 2017… 624 more words

Power to the People: Why Palestinian Victory in Jerusalem is a Pivotal Moment

Neither Fatah nor Hamas have been of much relevance to the mass protests staged around Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem. Neither have American pressure, half-hearted European ‘concern about the situation’ or cliché Arab declarations made one iota of difference. 1,180 more words