11 thoughts on “BREAKING: Israeli, Jordanian Intelligence Maintain Reciprocal Presences in Each Others’ Countries – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. I have been told by various sources that the king’s bodyguards are Israeli but I cannot confirm this.
    However it has always been a given that Jordan’s stability is important to the Israelis even though lately the king has been critical about certain Israeli this e.g. the temple mount etc. I assume sometimes he must show some strength in the eyes of his own country.

        1. Funny, Iraeli’s always talk about unrealized Arab ‘plans’, but ignore their own actual deeds, which have caused far more death and destruction.

          1. [Commrnt deleted: off topic– restrict your comments to the specific topic of my post.]

  2. I am always amazed at your incredulity about Israel’s security services doing (pretty much) what every other country’s security service does (either overtly or clandestinely).

    1. @ Gefulla s#$t: so you’re claiming that the Russians have an official FSB presence in the U.S. & the CIA has an official Presence in Moscow? Or that the same holds true of Chinese intelligence? Because Jordan, in case you hadn’t noticed is an Arab country which fought 2 wars against Israel.

      So no, what Israel has done with Jordan is unlike what other nations with ostensibly hostile relations do.

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  3. The evidence is hearsay. When I traversed the globe in my younger days in certain employs, I would be met in certain airports by certain people who technically shouldn’t have been there (but that’s anecdotal too), I think the fact is that governments give tacit nods and approval and it is naïve to base conclusions on (or of) policy cooperations between governments.

    That being said, it’s not beyond the possibility that Israel and Jordan might have that agreement, but they certainly wouldn’t be the first (or the last) and your above comment forgets the Peace agreement that exists (whether you like it or not).

    1. @ Gufulla s(&t: My evidence is a well-informed Israeli security source. Not hearsay. What’s yours?

      it is naïve to base conclusions on (or of) policy cooperations between governments.

      Actually, it’s quite deft to be a hasbaranik &, like Putin’s quasi official hackers, plant doubt in the comment threads here. Truth is it’s quite valid to draw conclusions from Israeli-Jordanian intelligence collaboration.

      About that peace agreement, it’s so vibrant and robust that Israel refuses to do a thing in East Jerusalem or the Temple Mount without consulting Jordan, right? What’s that you say? No? But if they’re such friends & allies why does Israel ignore Jordanian input regarding territory it nominally controls?

      Don’t bother replying. You’re done in this thread.

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