Kerry Asks Jordan, Saudi Arabia, To Support Palestinian Recognition Of “Jewish State”
An Israeli official said that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry urged King Abdullah, of Jordan, and King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz, of Saudi Arabia, to talk the Palestinian leadership into recognizing Israel as a Jewish State.
Kerry was relaying a message from Israel to the Arab leaders, as Tel Aviv insists that the Palestinians recognize the country, built on their homeland in 1948, as a Jewish State, the Arabs48 news website has reported.
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