Jordan's King

Jordan king warns Israel against Jerusalem ‘provocation’

Amman (AFP) – Jordan’s king warned Israel on Monday that any further “provocation” in Jerusalem where Israeli police have clashed with Muslims at Al-Aqsa mosque would damage ties between the two countries.

“Any more provocation in Jerusalem will affect the relationship between Jordan and Israel” which have a 1994 peace accord, said King Abdullah II following a second day of clashes at the flashpoint holy site in annexed east Jerusalem.

“Jordan will not have a choice but to take actions, unfortunately,” he told journalists in English after talks with visiting British Prime Minister David Cameron.

  • The Butterfly

    He still has to take “actions” against ISIS, but now he’s threatening “actions” against Israel? Laughable.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    He might abdicate and retire to the Riviera.

  • WalterBannon

    Bring in the wrecking balls and demolish the Al-Aqsa mosque

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Paint it Pride.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    The plucky little king best watch his own ass.

  • Sweet_binky

    This is a country that will absolutely require Israel’s help when ISIS knocks on it’s door in the coming months. This little toad-king best mind his manners if he wants himself and his cowardly little country to survive.

  • DMB

    We need to launch him into outer space!

  • k1962

    Sorry, but the provocation is always the other way around with Arabs/Muslims.

  • Xavier

    That picture reminds me of Judgment at Nuremberg.
    Odd, isn’t it?

  • T.C.

    He’s throwing a bone to the pallis and muslim terrorist wanna-be’s in his own country. He saves face, the Israelis play-along and start a dialogue, and in the end there will be fewer mooselimb taquiya specialists on-site. Or maybe everybody gets lucky and a crane falls over?

  • Zaba

    How unusual: muzlim threats!