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King of Jordan to visit Palestine Thursday
Published Wednesday 05/12/2012 (updated) 06/12/2012 12:41
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BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- King Abdullah II of Jordan will visit Palestine on Thursday, the ambassador of Palestine to Jordan Atallah Khairi said Wednesday.

Khairi confirmed that Abdullah’s helicopter would land at the Muqataa in Ramallah midday Thursday.

The Jordanian monarch will pay a short visit to Ramallah in the central West Bank where he is scheduled to meet with President Mahmoud Abbas.

Jordan’s premier Abdullah al-Nusoor will accompany Abdullah along with foreign minister Nasser Judah, Jordanian Royal Court chief Riyad Abu Karaki, director of the king’s bureau Imad Fakhouri and the king’s special secretary.

A delegation of journalists will arrive in Ramallah earlier Thursday morning.

King Abdullah of Jordan will be the first leader of Arab country to visit Palestine after it was recognized as a non-member state in the UN General Assembly.
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1 ) george / ps
05/12/2012 18:15
arab zionists should not be celebrated..

2 ) Ariella / US
05/12/2012 19:17
Well said George. When Abdullah goes to Gaza then he can say he has shown solidarity with Palestine!

3 ) Rami / Palestine
06/12/2012 11:17
#1, I bet you are a bigger zionist than his majesty King Abdullah.

4 ) @ George-1 & Ariella-2 / USA too
06/12/2012 16:39
Arab "should not be celebrating" living the fantasy of believing that
Kingly VISITS, EU calls, or the recent UNGA RESOLUTION will lead to anything more than just USELESS words, pictures, and handshakes,
and UNTIL PALESTINIANS NEGOTIATE for real statehood with Israel,
The Palestine "Paper-State" situation STATUS QUO WILL REMAIN !!!

5 ) @3 / yasir
06/12/2012 18:07
speak for yourself rami;)

6 ) @2 / george u.s.
06/12/2012 18:17
more chance he'll be going saudi arabia ..one hopes

7 ) gabi / australia
09/12/2012 09:21
# 4 - negotiate with whom? Likud says no Palestinian state, Israel's border is the Jordan, more settlements. Why negotiate? No point in negotiating. More resistance is needed. The world is beginning to wake up to Israel's aim (to get the whole of Palestine) and soon, soon even the US will tolerate their aggressive stance no longer.
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