Annexation could be the final blow to the Israel-Jordan relationship
Anger against Israel's government is rising among Jordanians. Despite the peace agreement both countries signed based on mutual trust in 1994, the relationship today seems to be in trouble, as Jordan’s foreign ministry announced that Israeli farmers would no longer be allowed to work their fields in an enclave of southern Jordan. Former Editor In Chief of Jerusalem Report, Eetta Prince-Gibson analyses the escalating tensions for Foreign Policy.
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