Jordanian people have hatred for 'Israel' - Israeli media
The Jordanian stance toward the Israeli occupation will be preventing Amman from participating in an Arab-Israeli-US summit on enhancing joint cooperation.
There is severe enmity from the Jordanian public and people toward "Israel", Israeli Channel 12 correspondent said Sunday.
Until now in Jordan, the Israeli journalist said, the people see the word "Israel" as an insult despite Amman and "Tel Aviv" signing a normalization agreement years ago.
Regarding Jordan's non-participation in the Naqab Summit, the Israeli outlet said there were doubts that any official in Jordan would undertake the matter, as there is vast opposition from the Jordanian people.
Jordanian media, on the other hand, namely the Al-Ghad news site, said deputy Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi would not participate in the summit that will include the US Secretary of States, the Israeli occupation, Bahrain, Morocco, and Egypt, and it will take place over Sunday and Monday.
Blinken hold 'historic' US-Arab talks in 'Israel'
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is holding talks in occupied Palestine with his Arab counterparts that have normalized relations with the Israeli occupation in light of his tour in West Asia and North Africa.
Blinken will also meet with his Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid and Israeli occupation Prime Minister Naftali Bennett during the first stop of his WANA tour, which will last throughout March 30.
Lapid will likely host Blinken and his Arab counterparts in an Israeli resort in Al-Naqab desert to discuss means of enhancing joint cooperation.