Jordan's King Abdullah II on Friday strongly condemned the continuous Israeli violations against Al- Aqsa Mosque, urging the international community to stop the Israeli action, Jordan's news agency Petra reported.
During a phone call with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Abdullah expressed concern over the Israeli dangerous escalations against the Islamic holy places in Jerusalem.
The king stressed that Jordan would continue its contacts with the Arab and Islamic world and the international community to guarantee that Israel stops these acts.
The Israeli excavations, which would threat the foundations of Al Aqsa Mosque, will only lead to increasing the violence and putting barriers in front of launching the peace process again, added Abdullah.
Abdullah also reiterated that Jordan's refusal for "all justifications presented by Israel to cover its violations for the sanctity of the Holy Al-Aqsa Mosque."