Jordan's Tel Aviv embassy launches trilingual website

PETRA - The Jordanian embassy in Israel recently launched a trilingual website in Arabic, Hebrew and English, with a view to address Israeli public opinion and present Jordan's position on the situation in the region, Jordan's Ambassador in Tel Aviv Ali Al Ayed said yesterday.

"The website was launched only four days ago and so far, a large number of hits have been registered... The reaction has been good and many media outlets in Israel reported it," Ayed told The Jordan Times on the sidelines of the Fourth Petra Conference of Nobel Laureates, which concluded yesterday.
20 June 2008

Administered by embassy staff, the website contains a variety of information such as the 1994 peace treaty between Jordan and Israel, the Amman Message, His Majesty King Abdullah's speeches, including his address at the inauguration of the Nobel laureates conference, the ambassador said.

The website, "the first Arab portal in Hebrew", will present Jordan's positions on final status issues such as refugees' right of return, Jerusalem and other issues related to peace, Ayed added.

The website,, also provides information in the three languages about Jordan, the Constitution, the Geneva Initiative and the National Charter, as well as the economy and the Kingdom's tourist sites, according to Ayed.

By Mohammad Ghazal

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