A peace deal with Saudi Arabi could be used to improve relations between Jerusalem and Amman.
Born within four years of each other, David Ben-Gurion and Abdullah bin Hussein emerged out of the same political womb to forge Israel and Jordan in battle. Both nations should be grateful.
And that could be good for Israel.
A historian, a prince, and a spymaster discuss King Hussein.
How the Palestinian cause became “the flag of convenience for every rogue and genocidal maniac in the region.”
When Jordan needed help against the PLO, the Jewish state was there.
What the extension of sovereignty protects.
A remnant of the Six-Day War.
A look at the ghost of annexation past.
Ahlam Tamimi is proud of murdering children at a Jerusalem pizzeria.
Ethnic cleansing, desecration, and an end to freedom of worship.
Despite its threats, it’s unlikely Amman will take such a step.
The Jordanian monarchy values its alliance with the Jewish state too much to burn any bridges.
The White House peace plan gets its history wrong.