Knafeh, Syrian Ice Cream and Free-flowing Beer: most residents of Jordan are religious – but the capital city follows its own rules
The Palestinians refuse to give up their aspirations for independence, Israel is waging a war on the idea of an independent Palestinian state, and Jordan fears losing its national identity
'Disruption of UNRWA services will have extremely dangerous humanitarian, political and security implications for refugees and for the whole region,' Foreign Minster Ayman Safadi said
Nadim Sarrouh, a 34-year-old German citizen, says he's accustomed to short detentions and questioning. But this time was different
Bakdash has been a leading ice cream maker in Damascus for over 120 years. Today, despite the endless civil war, Syrians are still addicted to it – and now their Jordanian neighbors are getting hooked as well
Marwan Muasher warns that the White House plan will hurt Jordan, noting that Amman can block the plan by ending security coordination with Israel ■ Former Israeli official: Muasher's statement is 'sad but not surprising'
Though Jordanian-born Mera Abushammaleh did not progress to the finals, she said she was confident that she will improve and hopes to one day win a medal for Palestine
IN PHOTOS Ten Tons of Palestinian Mail Were Held in Jordan Since 2010. Israel Just Allowed Its Delivery
Israel's chief liaison office with the Palestinians describes the one-time transfer as a 'gesture'
A building was partially blown-up when security forces stormed a building where suspects behind the planting of the home-made bomb that killed one policeman on Friday were believed to be hiding
The Syrian government has repeatedly charged that weapons, munition, and fighters were being smuggled into the country from the loose border points that had fallen to the rebels