This sounds like a return to pre-peace treaty inflammatory rhetoric. If Jordan is serious about a constructive relationship with Israel, this kind of rhetoric has no place. Let's hope this character Mjali isn't a harbinger of what Arab 'democracy' is going to sound like. Because he sounds a lot like yesterday's men.
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from the article: Jordan justice minister: Israel is a terrorist state