In 1997 Netanyahu, in his first term as prime minister, ordered the Mossad to poison the Hamas operative in Amman.
Longstanding Marine outreach efforts to tribal leaders, including in Amman, were finally paying off.
It should be allowing banks to operate here, thus stopping the city's brain drain to Amman and Dubai.
West Bankers will fight to stay in their homes, even if the richest among them also keep a home in Amman or Qatar.
In an effort to save his doomed mission, he hopped on a helicopter from Amman to Ramallah.
Here I found that the General had gone on to direct the operations which were then in progress round Amman.
Various other editions in German followed, with cuts by Amman.
In this house, towards the end of the fifteenth century, lived a man named Zuinglius, Amman or bailiff of the district.
"These Datu Amman islands aren't very big," Rick pointed out.
Suddenly a whispered tone reached his ear; some one close beside him uttered the word "Amman!"
river in ancient Palestine; the crossing of it is symbolic of death in high-flown language as a reference to Num. xxxiii:51. The modern nation-state dates to 1921.
Note: Jordan is an Arab nation.
Note: King Hussein, a controversial figure in Middle Eastern affairs, ruled from 1953 until his death in 2000. Although he tried to maintain cordial relations with the West, he opposed the Egypt-Israel peace agreement of 1979, endorsed the Palestine Liberation Organization, and refused to join the alliance against Iraq during the Persian Gulf War.