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‘Am Yisrael Chai’ permissible on Temple Mount, according to Jerusalem court
Attorney and activist Itamar Ben Gvir called his court victory “a gift to the Jewish people on the eve of Israel’s 70th Independence Day.”
Soldiers on Israel’s border with Jordan work towards conservation efforts
Dan Lavie and Israel Hayom Staff
As part of “Operation Living Together,” soldiers, including the Jordanian army, canvas the border area for places to construct natural wildlife corridors before a new border fence is constructed this year.
Jordan blasts Israel for letting Jews pray at Temple Mount
In expressing its grievances, Jordan said that “Israel is violating the status quo in the area and is carrying out extreme provocations that harm relations between our two countries.”
Jordan to accept new ambassador from Israel, restore diplomatic ties
The announcement marks the conclusion of an impasse that escalated with the shooting of two Jordanian attackers by Israeli embassy security guard Ziv Moyal in July 2017.
Report: Saudi crown prince meets senior Israeli officials in Egypt, discuss future ties
Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS
According to the report, the meeting focused on the normalization of ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia as well as the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Prince William to make first-ever official royal visit to Israel this summer
Kensington Palace announced that Prince William will visit Israel and Jordan, as well as the Palestinians as part of an official tour this summer.
Despite reward for fugitive Palestinian terrorist, U.S. and Jordan remain slow to act
Relatives of the terrorist’s victims are expressing disappointment and anger at what they call a half-hearted U.S. effort in this and similar cases.
Israel implements ‘gradual reopening’ of its embassy in Jordan
Israel’s is implementing the reopening of its embassy in Jordan this week, after the Israeli and Jordanian governments earlier in January announced an agreement to restore the diplomatic office.
Jordan’s King Abdullah: no resolution to Israeli-Palestinian conflict without US role
Jordan’s King Abdullah stated Thursday that there will be no peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict without the U.S. playing a mediating role in the process.
Report details scope of persecution in the cradle of Christianity
A new report by the Christian charity group Open Doors has found that most of Israel’s neighbors, including Egypt, Jordan, Syria and the Palestinian territories, are among the world’s most dangerous places for Christians.
Israel’s neighbors among most dangerous countries for Christians, new report says
Most of Israel’s neighbors, including Egypt, Jordan, Syria and the Palestinian territories, are among the most dangerous places in the world for Christians, a new report by the Christian charity group Open Doors has found.
Arab League to support Palestinian bid for full UN membership
The Palestinians will seek full membership in the United Nations with the backing of the Arab League in response to the U.S. declaration on Jerusalem.