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For example, the urban district of Zarqa, with 1.8 million people, including large numbers of Jordanians of Palestinian origin, gets 11 seats in parliament, the same number as the tribal Karak district, with just 300,000 residents, said Al-Nmour ...
For example, the urban district of Zarqa, with 1.8 million people, including large numbers of Jordanians of Palestinian origin, gets 11 seats in parliament, the same number as the tribal Karak district, with just 300,000 residents, said Al-Nmour ...

But it might be Trump," who would be far more unpredictable, said David Schenker, a Pentagon policy official in the George W. Bush administration who is now at the Washington Institute For Near East Policy.
U.S.-based analyst David Schenker said that while it's difficult to measure jihadi activity, the recent uptick "points to a threat that is not insignificant.
In Jordan, militant strongholds include poor urban areas, remote tribal towns and decades-old Palestinian refugee camps. In response to the rise of the Islamic State, Jordan toughened anti-terror laws, criminalizing ... Prison creates more bonds among ...
U.S.-based analyst David Schenker said that while it's difficult to measure jihadi activity, the recent uptick "points to a threat that is not insignificant.

U.S.-based analyst David Schenker said that while it's difficult to measure jihadi activity, the recent uptick "points to a threat that is not insignificant.
Amman, Jordan - Two dozen men charged with supporting the Islamic State group squeezed into a cage in Jordan's state security court.
The Washington Institute of near East Policy Studies published last week an article by one of its renowned scholars, David Schenker, in which he analyses the cat and mouse game between the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and successive ... When the ...
On the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Barak echoed Prime Minister Netanyahu that the Arab-spring-turned-Islamic-winter proved the world that the conflict is not the core problem in the Middle East.
If interviews of 20 people in Jordan's two biggest cities is a predictor, citizens of all backgrounds and ages hope for an all-out war that will result in the total defeat of the Islamic State group.
Being complicit in Israel's occupation over Palestinians turned Americans into enemies in the view of many Muslims and Arabs.
Rudaynah al Otti, 42, is a second-term parliamentarian from Rusayfeh, a poor, conservative, primarily Palestinian town in the Zarqa Governorate, just a short drive north of Amman.
"The Brotherhood, by relative standards, is fairly innocuous, it's not a significant threat to the kingdom," said David Schenker of the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a think tank. "Many are asking what (is the) utility of kicking the ...
"The Brotherhood, by relative standards, is fairly innocuous, it's not a significant threat to the kingdom," said David Schenker of the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a think tank. "Many are asking what (is the) utility of kicking the ...
"This is not a cycle the king would relish," said David Schenker of the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a think tank.
"This is not a cycle the king would relish," said David Schenker of the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a think tank.

Islamic State said on Friday that an American woman hostage it was holding in Syria was killed when Jordanian fighter jets bombed a building where she was being held, but Jordan expressed doubt about the Islamist militant group's account of her death.
"This is not a cycle the king would relish," said David Schenker of the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a think tank.
The tragedy is a prime opportunity for Netanyahu to shore up a relationship that has undergone some strain in recent months over restricted Palestinian access to the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. Jordan recalled its ambassador three months earlier over ...
"This is not a cycle the king would relish," said David Schenker of the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a think tank.
The tragedy is a prime opportunity for Netanyahu to shore up a relationship that has undergone some strain in recent months over restricted Palestinian access to the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. Jordan recalled its ambassador three months earlier over ...
Jordan's Queen Rania holds a picture of slain Jordanian pilot Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh on Friday during a march after prayers in Amman, Jordan.
"This is not a cycle the king would relish," said David Schenker of the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a think tank.
The tragedy is a prime opportunity for Netanyahu to shore up a relationship that has undergone some strain in recent months over restricted Palestinian access to the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. Jordan recalled its ambassador three months earlier over ...
"This is not a cycle the king would relish," said David Schenker of the Washington Institute For Near East Policy, a think tank.
Netanyahu, who faces an election in March, has repeatedly tangled with the Obama administration over issues like Iran and peace talks with the Palestinians. He has also sometimes faced Democratic accusations of attempting to interfere in U.S. politics ...
AMMONNEWS - Although a Jordanian parliament member announced the suspension of gas import negotiations with Israel this weekend, experts close to the issue maintain that a future deal between the neighboring countries is far from over.


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