Israeli press: Jordanian king says Syria, Iran and Hizbullah threatens Middle East stability
Jordan's King Abdullah II has reportedly attacked Iran, Syria and Lebanese-based movement Hizbullah as the main threats to Middle East stability.
At talks with American Jewish leaders in Washington, the Jordanian monarch said Syria and Hizbullah were encouraging armed Palestinian groups to launch attacks against Israel, the Israeli Haaretz and Yedioth Ahronoth newspapers reported Wednesday.
Abdullah II accused Syria, Iran and Hizbullah of being "the greatest threats to stability in the Middle East," both dailies quoted him as saying.
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