Monday, 2 February 2015

MORE BREAKING GOOD NEWS FOR ISRAEL: Jordan to return ambassador to Tel Aviv


Jordan's King Abdullah walks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu


Jordanian government spokesman Mohammad al-Momani said Israel had taken significant steps to ease tensions and had lifted restrictions on Muslim worshipers at the holy site in Jerusalem. King Abdullah is the official custodian of the site, the third holiest in Islam and also the location of the holiest place in Judaism.

"We noticed in the last period a significant improvement in Haram al-Sharif with numbers of worshipers reaching unprecedented levels," Momani said. Haram al-Sharif, known in Judaism as Temple Mount, is where al Aksa mosque is located.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the Jordanian decision, calling it “an important step that reflects Israeli-Jordanian joint interests, first and foremost stability, security and peace.”

HOW WILL THE ANTI ISRAELI MOB DEAL WITH THIS. IT MUST SICKEN THEM THAT MORE AND MORE ARAB COUNTRIES ARE MAKING THEIR PEACE WITH ISRAEL??????

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