Jordan would ‘look favorably’ on a binational Israeli-Palestinian state

By Israel Hayom— Jordan would look “positively” on the creation of a binational state that guarantees equal rights to Israelis and Palestinians if Israel’s proposed sovereignty of the Jordan Valley and settlements in Judea and Samaria closes the door on a two-state solution, Jordanian Prime Minister Omar Razzaz said Tuesday. In the wake of Israel’s…

Experts: Israeli sovereignty not expected to cause massive violence or backlash

By Israel Kasnett, JNS— As reports and discussions rev up concerning Israel’s plan to apply sovereignty to parts of Judea and Samaria, as well as the Jordan Valley, concern is being increasingly raised by detractors of the plan over fears concerning potential fallout, including frayed relations with international and regional allies, an end to prospects…

Mudar Zahran affirms that Trump’s peace plan “will be successful”

By Leandro Fleischer, Ynet Espanol (translated by IsraPundit)— Mudar Zahrán (45) is a Jordanian-Palestinian writer who leads the Jordanian Opposition Coalition group. The persecutions he has suffered due to his strong criticism of King Abdullah II led him to exile in Britain. This Arab intellectual is also a firm detractor of the Palestinian leadership. In…

Jordan’s King Abdullah: No Peace Process or Peace Solution Without the U.S.

By Rebecca Montag, JPost— King Abdullah of Jordan said that there will not be a peaceful solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict without the United States, despite US President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. “We cannot have a peace process or peace solution without the role of the United…

The two-state solution; The Final solution

By Victor Sharpe— “— as envisaged, it was national suicide for Israel” For eight baleful years, President Barack Hussein Obama made Israel’s life utterly miserable as he pursued relentlessly his warped vision of a two state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict. But that vision, as envisaged, was national suicide for Israel. This version of a…