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News & Analysis

Jordan: The US-British-Zionist Colony

Yusuf Dhia-Allah

Shawwal 22, 14452024-05-01

Jordan is an artificial entity. The British carved it out of a part of Palestine and handed it over to Hussain ibn Ali, who was the Sharif (governor) of Makkah after he lost out to the Bani Saud. Jordan serves as British-US-zionist colony and indulges in treachery against the Muslims.

Daily News Analysis

Saudis hold music concert amidst Israeli genocide in Gaza

Crescent International

Rabi' al-Thani 22, 14452023-11-06

Daily News Analysis

The deeper implications of Jordan’s uprising

Crescent International

Jumada' al-Ula' 26, 14442022-12-20

Daily News Analysis

New Jordanian prime minister: Israel’s man in Amman

Crescent International

Sha'ban 24, 14372016-05-31

The Arabian rulers, all agents of imperialism and Zionism are aware that their survival depends of appeasing the Zionists in Occupied Palestine. Jordan has just proved this once again when the puppet ruler of the kingdom dismissed parliament and appointed Hani Mulki as prime minister. Like the king, Muki too is a Zionist puppet.

Letters To The Editor


Hamid Khan

Dhu al-Qa'dah 06, 14352014-09-01

Abdullah is becoming a bad name. The latest to join the list is the arrogant former foreign minister of Afghanistan who thinks he should be president.

Letters To The Editor

Jordan treachery

Abdullah al-Maliki

Sha'ban 22, 14342013-07-01

The kingdom of Jordan is an artificial entity created by the British colonialists. It continues to serve the purpose as an agent of imperialism and Zionism.

Letters To The Editor

Arabian rulers missing in Gaza

Hashim Abdullah

Muharram 17, 14342012-12-01

Why Arabian rulers were not able to offer more than rhetorical support to the Palestinians? Some like the rulers of Saudi Arabia and Jordan did not bother to do even that.


Dynastic politics and authoritarianism in Egypt and Jordan

Crescent International

Dhu al-Qa'dah 20, 14282007-12-01

There was a time, not so long ago, when Egypt and Jordan were the poster-countries of political reform and democratisation in the Middle East. In those days, parliamentary elections like those held in Jordan last month would have been hailed as massive progress and a model for all Arab states, especially as the country’s Islamic party lost considerable ground. And even Husni Mubarak, so long the US’s main ally in the Arab world, would have been gently chided for his persecution of opposition journalists, even if his treatment of the Ikhwan al-Muslimeen, Egypt’s main Islamic movement and most popular opposition party, was quietly ignored.

Occupied Arab World

Arab summit in Riyadh aims to recognise Israel and “contain” Islamic Iran

Waseem Shehzad

Rabi' al-Awwal 13, 14282007-04-01

Although they are usually secretive in their dealings, the Saudis are showing far too much political activism these days to go unnoticed. The Arab League is holding its summit in Riyadh on March 28-29 (after Crescent press time), and the top item on the agenda is the Arab regimes’ desire to recognise Israel.

Occupied Arab World

Jordan responds to anti-American feeling by cracking down on Muslim Brotherhood

Our Amman Correspondent

Sha'ban 16, 14252004-10-01

Relations between the Jordanian government and the Ikhwan al-Muslimin came close to breaking down early last month, after nine senior Ikhwan ulama were arrested in a series of raids on September 8...

Occupied Arab World

Jordan’s long-delayed parliamentary elections change nothing in Abdullah’s kingdom

A. S. Ayoub

Jumada' al-Ula' 01, 14242003-07-01

Jordan’s parliamentary elections finally took place on June 17, almost two years after the dissolution of the previous parliament at the end of its four-year term in July 2001. Since that time, king Abdullah II had repeatedly postponed elections, citing ‘regional circumstances’.

Occupied Arab World

Jordan targets Islamic activists in Ma’an ahead of US’s Iraq war

Nasr Salem

Ramadan 26, 14232002-12-01

The first shots in the war on Iraq were fired in Jordan when King Abdullah II sent tanks into the city of Ma’an, 215 kilometres (135 miles) south of Amman, the capital, to capture or kill besieged Islamic activists. The sweep, which set off fierce gun-battles in some of the city’s neighbourhoods, is widely regarded as a pre-emptive measure in case a US offensive against Iraq comes about...

Occupied Arab World

New crackdown against anti-normalizers in Jordan

Abbas Fadl Murtada

Dhu al-Qa'dah 22, 14212001-02-16

On February 8, Jordan’s state security court ordered the release of Dr Ahmad al-’Armouti on bail of 10,000 Jordanian dinars (about US$ 14,000). His release came just one day after a similar court directive ordered the release of another unionist, engineer ‘Issam Abu Farha, on the same bail.

Occupied Arab World

US, Israel, Egypt, Jordan and the PNA in new alliance against Islam

Crescent International

Rajab 06, 14201999-10-16

Egypt, Jordan and Yassir Arafat’s ‘Palestinian National Authority’ (PNA) recently concluded a formal treaty with the US and Israel on combatting Islamic movements, according to Israeli and British media reports quoting senior security and other officials.

Occupied Arab World

‘Genetically modified’ leaders the new fad in Arab countries

Crescent International

Rajab 06, 14201999-04-16

A new scientific fad, not disimilar to to the current craze about genetically-modified food, has taken hold of Arab dictators. Ailing and ageing and encouraged, if not inspired by the ruthless transfer of power to the late Jordanian monarch’s eldest son, king Abdullah II...

Occupied Arab World

Husain bin Talal: west mourns the legacy of a tyrant and a traitor

Jenine Bisan

Dhu al-Qa'dah 28, 14191999-03-16

King Husain was a small man, and we are not just talking about his physique, who ruled an artificial kingdom. So, what explains the outpouring of grief in western capitals at his death with four American presidents--one serving and three former--attending his funeral in Amman on February 8 together with presidents and prime ministers from most western countries?

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