Campaigning for Jordan's parliamentary elections kicked off this week with tribesmen, former army generals and businesspersons rushing to join the race.
King Abdullah of Jordan will address the Board of Deputies of British Jews at its annual dinner, the Jewish Chronicle reported. The November event’s theme is multiculturalism, interfaith and world peace, the newspaper said.
In the restive city of Qatif in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, the older Shiites are quiet. They had once cheered the 1979 Islamic revolution in Iran and had hoped their time had come for greater equality in the kingdom. But that dream has faded.
Jordan's King Abdullah in a meeting in Amman with a delegation of Jewish leaders praised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for working to bring the Palestinians to the peace negotiating table.
Israeli President Shimon Peres met in Amman with Jordan's King Abdullah, the President's Office confirmed.
King Abdullah of Jordan made a rare trip to the West Bank on Monday to display support for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who is seeking to make peace with his Islamist rivals Hamas, and push for a resumption of peace talks with Israel.
The United States' failure to bring about renewed Middle East peace talks has doomed chances for peace in the near future, Jordan's King Abdullah told The Washington Post. Abdullah also said that Israelis have moved steadily to the right and no longer are interested in a two-state solution.
President Obama will meet with Jordan's King Abdullah at the White House three days before Benjamin Netanyahu. The meeting on May 17 will discuss current events taking place in the Arab world, according to reports.
Jordan's King Abdullah II fired the sitting government and named a new prime minister in the wake of opposition protests.
President Obama and Jordan's King Abdullah discussed Iran's nuclear program during a bilateral meeting.
At the meeting Monday, part of the two-day Nuclear Security Summit, the two leaders agreed on the importance of strengthening the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. Obama stressed the importance of international efforts, such as sanctions, to pressure Iran, while Abdullah argued for resolving the issue through diplomatic avenues.
The highest authority in the very heartland of Islam has taken a lead in interfaith outreach, whatever his motives might be, with the declared intention of addressing contemporary challenges and resolving conflict. This offers Israel, the Jewish people and the West a significant opportunity that must be seized
First came an "Open Letter From Muslims to Jews," signed by dozens of leading Muslim scholars and intellectuals in the West, calling for "Peace, Dialogue and Understanding Between Muslims and Jews."
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia was stunned at the hostile reception he received during a recent visit to London. It seems our British friends are much more attuned than we are to the nefarious role the Saudis continue to play in financing and fomenting terror.
How to turn the disaster of the Hamas' capture of Gaza into a political opportunity was the main focus of this week's four-way summit in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheik.
For the first time in years, serious Israeli-Arab peace moves seem to be afoot. The key mover is Saudi Arabia, and the key document is a 2002 peace initiative that it sponsored.
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