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  2. Israel–Jordan peace treaty - Wikipedia

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    The Israel–Jordan peace treaty (formally the " Treaty of Peace Between the State of Israel and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan "), sometimes referred to as the Wadi Araba Treaty, is an agreement that ended the state of war that has existed between the two countries since the 1948 Arab–Israeli War and established mutual diplomatic relations.

  3. Middle East on edge after Trump's 'dangerous' Jerusalem move

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    In the Baqaa refugee camp on Amman's outskirts, hundreds of Palestinians roamed the streets overnight, denouncing Trump and urging Jordan to scrap its 1994 peace treaty with Israel. "Down with ...

  4. Israel–Jordan relations - Wikipedia

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    Jordan and Israel signed the Israel-Jordan Treaty of Peace in 1994, normalizing relations between the two countries. In 1970 King Hussein waged the war of Black September against the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), eventually ejecting the organization and thousands of Palestinians, who threatened Hussein's rule.

  5. Israeli–Palestinian peace process - Wikipedia

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    There were parallel efforts for peace treaties between Israel and other "confrontation states": Egypt, Jordan and Syria after the Six-Day war, and Lebanon afterwards. UN resolution 242 was accepted by Israel, Jordan, and Egypt, but rejected by Syria until 1972–1973.

  6. Borders of Israel - Wikipedia

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    The Israel–Jordan peace treaty, signed on 26 October 1994, resolved all outstanding territorial and border issues between the two countries that had existed since the 1948 War. The treaty specified and fully recognized the international border between Israel and Jordan, with Jordan confirming its renunciation of any claim to the West Bank.

  7. Trump peace plan - Wikipedia

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    the trump administration stated that it would break with the worn paradigms of past approaches to the israeli–palestinian peace process, removing two core issues by implementing two measures in 2017 and 2019, that suggested the united states' redefinition of the parameters for definitively resolving the conflict in large part espoused israeli

  8. 2017 Amman incident - Wikipedia

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    Tensions between Israel and Jordan were high following the 2017 Temple Mount shooting on 14 July, new security measures, and rioting following the shooting. The spokesperson for the Jordanian government condemned Israel's closure of the Temple Mount and the Al-Aqsa mosque and called on them to reopen it immediately to worshipers.