No Israeli government can destabilize Jordan — Fayez

Senate President Faisal Al-Fayez
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AMMAN — Senate President Faisal Al-Fayez said that “no Israeli government can destabilize Jordan”, according to Turkish Anadolu News Agency.اضافة اعلان

Fayez described the next Israeli government headed by Benyamin Netanyahu as “the most extreme right-wing government in the history of Israel, given the personalities it represents, but this will not affect Jordan’s stability”.

At the same time, he said that “frankly, Jordan cannot bear the burden of the Palestinian cause alone.”

“We always coordinate with our brothers in Egypt and the Gulf Arab States to confront any Israeli attempt to sow discord in Jordan or attempt to infringe on the constant positions set by the King: that there is no alternative homeland, and Jerusalem and the Hashemite guardianship represent a red line.”

Fayez added that “all Arabs will stand by Jordan in the face of any Israeli provocations.”

“The Jordanian state is strong. Since the establishment of the emirate, in 1921, it has withstood serious challenges. Jordan is strong through its King and its conscious and educated people,” Fayez said.

“Those who question Jordan’s position must have a grudge against the Kingdom,” he added.

Fayez stressed the importance of the Turkish role in resolving the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, stressing that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan “plays a key role in bringing views closer”.

He described Amman’s relations with Ankara as “strong”, calling at the same time for a Turkish-Arab dialogue to achieve “more positivity”.

Fayez called for concerted Arab efforts to find a solution to the Syrian problem, revealing that Jordan and Syria are in contact in this regard.

He also said that attempts to improve Arab relations with Iran depend on Tehran’s position and foreign policy.

Fayez called for gradual political reforms to confront the political and economic challenges facing Jordan, especially after the coronavirus pandemic and the impact of the Russian-Ukrainian war.

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