Jordan’s King Announces ‘Full Sovereignty’ Over Lands Leased To Israel

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Jordan’s King Abdullah announced on Sunday that the his country has applied “full sovereignty” over lands it agreed to lease to Israel as part of a landmark peace agreement 25 years ago.

Earlier Sunday, Israelis were prevented from entering Jordanian border enclaves after a deal allowing farmers to work land there expired.

Since the two countries signed the deal in 1994, Jordan has allowed Israeli farmers access to the territories of Ghumar, known in Hebrew as Tzofar, in the north and Baqura, known in Hebrew as Naharayim, in the south.

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{Matzav.com}

5 COMMENTS

    • As much as I’d love Israel to keep these pieces of land, please explain what right Israel has to it? Why tit for tat? Was it on lease to Israel or not? End of !!!

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