The Palestinian Homeland in Jordan — on The Glazov Gang


Secular Palestinian leader Mudar Zahran tells a truth the western media won’t utter.

Jordanian Parliament Budget Dispute Ends with AK-47 Shooting


They keep saying democracy is the solution to the political problems of the Middle East.

The Six-Day War — 46 Years Later


Israel’s great leap forward.

Six Fateful Days that Shook the World


Remembering the Six-Day War — and tiny Israel’s triumph over the Arab Goliath.

As Israelis Mourn, Jordanians Glorify a Terrorist


The killer of more than half-a-dozen Israeli school girls may be released from prison for his “heroic” act.

Vast Majority of Jordanian Parliament Calls for Release of Man Who Murdered 7 Israeli Schoolgirls


The parliamentary memo described Dagamseh as a “hero,” calling for a special pardon to release him.

King Abdullah’s Wish List


With neighbors falling apart, the Jordanian monarch grows uneasy.

The Selling of Syria’s Refugee Child Brides


Islam in action.

Syria Kills 885 Palestinian Arabs that Palestinian Authority, Hamas and Jordan Refuse to Take In


Hamas told the UNRWA that they will not accept Palestinian Arab refugees from Syria because it will undermine their political case against Israel. President Abbas of the Palestinian Authority agreed, saying, “It’s better they die in Syria than give up their right of return.”

Apartheid Jordan Accepts Syrian Refugees, Turns Back Syrian Palestinians at Border

Official Delegations Visit Sofex In Amman

With his four-year-old son in his lap, Daloul said he’s happy to be in Jordan, away from the fighting in Syria. But he says it’s also frustrating. Daloul is registered as a Palestinian refugee, even though he was born in Syria. So are his kids. But his wife is registered as Syrian. Now, she’s staying with relatives elsewhere in Jordan, while Daloul and the children live in this single room. They are not allowed to leave the camp for any length of time, he said. And his wife cannot move in with them permanently.