Jordanian party asks gov’t to reconsider treaty with Israel

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    AMMAN, (PIC)-- A Jordanian party has asked its government to reconsider the Wadi Araba treaty with Israel if the latter continued to violate that treaty and to violate sanctity of the holy shrines.

    The united Jordanian front party issued a statement on Saturday urging the government in Amman to live up to its responsibility in protecting the holy shrines as stipulated in Wadi Araba treaty.

    It said that Jordan was respecting and abiding by the treaty while Israel was not.

    The party asked Amman to address a strongly worded protest note to Israel to stop violations of Islamic and Christian holy shrines in occupied Jerusalem and the West Bank and to hold it responsible for any harm done to the holy Aqsa mosque.

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