The White House peace plan gets its history wrong.
The American plan acknowledges that serving Jerusalem’s security needs also serves those of Amman.
Hatred is strong and peace is fragile.
What those who argue otherwise get wrong.
A synagogue twice destroyed.
A double game.
And anointed Yasir Arafat as his successor.
But, after a quarter-century, Jordanians remain hostile toward the Jewish state.
Pressuring King Abdullah to relinquish custodianship of al-Aqsa is a mistake.
Rare maps show how the city was seen before its unification.
Palestinians, Bedouin, and the Temple Mount.
Taking over at the Golden Gate.
A sign of weakness.
No, but Amman might be able to play a constructive role.