May 16, 2012

Political Climate in Jordan Boiling

Samuel Segev, Winnipeg Free Press

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In the last six months, King Abdullah has been forced to change his government three times, but demonstrations against the monarch continue. Luckily for him, there is no immediate danger of his overthrow.

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TAGGED: Israel, Jordan, King Abdullah II

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