Jordan's King Abdullah II on Sunday urged Arabs in Israel to rally their efforts to push the peace process forward and find a just solution for the Palestinian issue.
During a meeting with visiting Israeli-Arab Knesset Members, Abdullah said that it is important for the Israeli-Arab leaders to help both Palestinian and Israeli sides to resume the stalemate negotiation and find a solution for the Palestinian issue based on the international legitimacy resolutions and Arab initiative.
He expressed Jordan's keenness to cement dialogue between Israel and the Palestinian Authority as well as Jordan's commitment to fully supporting the Israeli-Arabs and offering services and facilitation for them.
Abdullah condemned the attempts targeting the Islamic places or the desecration of Islamic sacred places.
According to Jordan's news agency Petra, the delegation of Israeli-Arab Knesset Members appreciated Abdullah's care for sacred sites in Jerusalem and his efforts to back up the Palestinian issue and support the Palestinian people.