I explained to King Abdullah  that we’re keeping the status quo on the Temple Mount and that this includes Jordan’s traditional role there, as consistent with the peace treaty between Israel and Jordan.

 PM Netanyahu on conversation with Jordanian King Abdullah

 

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​(Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Media Adviser)
 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Thursday, 6 November 2014), made the following remarks at the start of his meeting with Indian Home Affairs Minister Rajnath Singh:
 
"I spoke today to King Abdullah of Jordan and we agreed that we’ll do every effort to calm the situation. I explained to him that we’re keeping the status quo on the Temple Mount and that this includes Jordan’s traditional role there, as consistent with the peace treaty between Israel and Jordan. We have to make every effort to restore calm, quiet and security. But I think we have to make that effort throughout the world."