Jordanian official: Israel can't tell mosques what to doJordanian official criticizes the “muezzin law”, says the "Israeli occupation" cannot force mosques in Jerusalem to stop the call to prayer.
Three Americans killed in shooting attack in JordanThree U.S. military members killed in shooting attack outside a military base in southern Jordan.
Palestinian Authority issues UNESCO ultimatumJordan, PA threaten UNESCO members over upcoming vote on Jerusalem holy sites.
Jordan allows aid to Syrian refugees stuck on borderJordan announced Monday that it would allow aid deliveries to thousands of refugees on its border with Syria.
Jordanian writer who 'insulted Islam' shot deadNahed Hattar, a prominent Jordanian writer who was on trial over a cartoon deemed offensive to Islam, shot dead outside courthouse.
Muslim Brotherhood returns to Jordanian parliamentMuslim Brotherhood wins 15 seats in Jordan's 130-member parliament.
Watch: Jordanian terrorist brandishes knife - and is eliminatedFootage from attempted terror attack in Old City on Friday.
Israel presents joint projects with JordanMK Ayoob Kara, hosted in his office on Thursday the US ambassador to Israel, Dan Shapiro - and the US ambassador to Jordan, Alice Wells.
Photos: Gaza's last tiger leaves 'world's worst zoo'The inhumane neglect of the Khan Younis zoo came to an end when the last animals left today. "I am very sad," lamented owner Ziad Aweda.
Crude oil leak in Jordan's Aqaba could harm EilatJordan informs Israel that 200 tons of crude oil leaked into the Gulf of Aqaba from Aqaba port and could possibly contaminate Eliat.
Watch: Jordanian analyst loses it on live TVPalestinian-Jordanian political analyst loses his temper while discussing the Fatah movement, says it is linked to the Mossad.
Palestinian with Israeli roots wins Jordan's first Olympic medalJordan wins gold medal thanks to the performance of a Palestinian taekwondo fighter whose family left Israel 20 years ago.
No entry to Jordan if you look JewishIsraeli tourists looking to go pray at Aaron's tomb in Jordan turned back because they were wearing Yarmulkes and carried prayer shawls.
Jordan sentences man who attacked 'Palestinian camp' to deathJordanian court sentences a man to death for killing five intelligence agents in a Palestinian Arab “refugee camp” in June.
UN: 75,000 Syrians starving on the Jordan borderSince Jordan closed its border with Syria in June, tens of thousands of refugees remain trapped between war and starvation.
Unite the Middle East - through businessSpeaking with Arutz Sheva, MK Erel Margalit outlines his plan for peace using the goal of making money.
Yaalon: Palestinians believe all of Israel is a 'settlement'Former Defense Minister warns Israeli retreat from Judea and Samaria could lead to massive regional destabilization.
Jordan arrests man trying to enter Israel with petrol bombsJordanian border guards detain man who tried to enter Israel in a car containing petrol bombs.
After diplomatic blitz, 'offensive' UNESCO vote postponedA vote to deny the Temple Mount's Jewish significance was delayed, after Israeli diplomats outflanked the resolution's instigators.
Report: CIA weapons for Syrian rebels sold to arms dealersReports say Jordanian intelligence officials stole weapons intended for Syrian rebels, then sold them on the black market.
ISIS claims suicide attack on Jordan-Syria borderISIS says suicide bombing that killed seven Jordanian soldiers was carried out by one of its jihadists.
Jordan declares Syria border 'military zone' after bombingJordan declares desert border regions with Syria and Iraq "military zones" following deadly suicide attack.
Jordanian king vows 'iron fist' response to Syria border attackJordan's King Abdulllah vows to respond forcefully to suspected ISIS attack which killed six security forces personnel Tuesday.
17 bids for Red Sea-Dead Sea canal projectProject is aimed at saving the ever-shrinking Dead Sea - predicted to dry up altogether by 2050 - by diverting water from the Red Sea.
Car bomb kills Jordanian soldiers near Syria borderAuthorities haven't identified suspects, though attack resembles previous ISIS bombings.
Jordan arrests suspect in attack on 'Palestinian refugee' campJordanian security forces arrest a suspect in the attack on a security office in Baqaa, near Amman.
Jordanian security agents killed in attack on Palestinian campThree Jordanian intelligence officers among five killed in attack by unknown terrorists near Amman.
Arab media: New Jordanian PM is pro-IsraelJordan’s new Prime Minister, Hani Mulki, described by Arab media as having "strong Israeli ties".
Jordan's King dissolves parliamentJordan's King Abdullah appoints veteran politician Hani Mulqi as caretaker prime minister, instructs him to organize new elections.
Report: Arab countries plotting to replace Abbas with archrivalUAE, Egypt and Jordan reportedly planning to have PA chairman be replaced by Mohammed Dahlan.
Rivlin celebrates Jordan as Israel’s ‘proud partner’President Rivlin marks Jordanian Independence Day by addressing reception hosted by Jordan's Ambassador to Israel.
Jordan frees preacher who criticized peace treaty with IsraelJordan frees Islamist preacher who was imprisoned for "inciting hatred" against the regime.
Israeli tourist falls to death in JordanIsraeli man plummets from cliff in remote area outside of Petra, Jordanian rescuers recovered his body seven hours later.
Jordanian students discover the real Israel'There's no connection between the way Israel is portrayed and how it really is'.
Israel responds to Jordan's Temple Mount threatsIsraeli officials reject claims Jewish visits to Temple Mount constitute attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Jordan warns Israel: ‘Consequences’ of Temple Mount ‘violations’Jordanian government calls for Israel to deny visits by ‘settlers’ during Passover holiday.
Jordan cans Temple Mount camera projectJordanian PM says Palestinian opposition turned security cameras into a 'source of conflict' - is a secret Islamist group responsible?
Jordan recalls its ambassador to IranCiting Iranian interference in the 'internal affairs of neighboring countries,' Amman pulls ambassador.
Offices of Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood raided 'by accident'Jordanian security forces raid the headquarters of the local Muslim Brotherhood group, then say it was a mistake.
Saudi Arabia and Jordan reject Iran's 'interference'Saudi Arabia and Jordan say Iran’s interference in the region’s internal affairs ignites sectarian strife.
Jordanian King to refurbish Jesus' Tomb in JerusalemDivided among themselves and persecuted by Muslims, churches succeed in obtaining Islamic help.
Palestinians threaten to smash Temple Mount camerasAnonymous flyers on Mount threaten to break cameras posted in mosques; Jordan responds with promise not to monitor Muslim religious sites.
Did Netanyahu sign away remaining Jewish rights on Temple Mount?Netanyahu, Jordan's King Abdullah made an agreement in 2014 to reduce Jewish visitors to Judaism's holiest site.
Jordan about to 'reveal Israeli violations on Temple Mount'Jordan to install Temple Mount cameras, but not in mosques. Footage will be broadcast to 'document Israeli aggressions.'
Jordan bans sale of Petra land to ‘Israelis’In forbidding sale and rent of real estate in the ancient city to ‘Israelis’, the Jordanians appear to mean ‘Jews’.
Israeli rescued in JordanInjured Israeli tour guide trapped deep in Jordan desert rescued Saturday, returned to Israel for treatment.
Jordanian diplomat caught smuggling into IsraelJordan embassy member nabbed sneaking gold bars and smartphones through border, just 1 month after EU representative did same.
United States delivers Black Hawk helicopters to JordanUnited States delivers eight Black Hawk helicopters to Jordan as it fights the threat from ISIS.
ISIS planned major assault on JordanJordanian security forces thwart string of major attacks aimed at destabilizing the country, in hours-long gunbattle with jihadists.
Temple Mount cameras won't include mosquesTemple Mount organizations warn Israel is backing down from its demands that Temple Mount security cameras document mosque incitement.
Jordan Muslim Brotherhood cuts ties with parent groupJordan's branch of the Muslim Brotherhood formally cuts ties with the main branch based in Egypt.
Ya'alon and Jordan's King Abdullah meet in MunichDefense Minister meets Jordanian King, discusses regional developments and the peace process with the Palestinians.
Jordan won't extradite Paris kosher restaurant attack suspectsFrench terror victims' group 'astounded' as Jordanian gov't uses technicality to allow terrorists behind 1982 attack to walk free.
60% of Jordanian students have never heard of 'Al-Aqsa'A new survey offsets a basic Islamic belief: Most Jordanian students do not know about the ‘Holy’ mosque in Jerusalem.
First Jordanian census in 11 years hides Palestinian majorityAuthorities claim only 6% of population is Palestinian Arab, despite studies showing figure at 60%-80%, amid fears of 'Palestine' in Jordan.
Jordan examines ‘Israeli violations’ on Temple MountLocal media reports Arab nations authorized Jordanians to investigate 'violations' to file claim with the Criminal Court in The Hague.
Jordanian arrested for defiling Israeli flagShop owner charged with disrupting relations with friendly country after painting Israeli flag outside store for customers to stamp on.