Jordan has been rocked by unhappy Palestinians (some 75% of their population) from before the arab spring rocked Lybia.
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Expert: Abdullah Losing Power in Jordan
Middle East expert Dr. Assaf David tells Arutz Sheva: King Abdullah's decision-making has ability is gradually reducing.
By Elad Benari
First Publish: 3/19/2012, 2:15 AM
Jordan's King Abdullah
Middle East expert Dr. Assaf David, a research fellow at the Truman Institute at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, said on Sunday he believes that Jordan might also be rocked by the Arab Spring turmoil in the Middle East.
Speaking to Arutz Sheva, David said that even if Jordan’s King Abdullah is not overthrown, he is losing the public’s support.
According to Dr. David, the turmoil in Jordan began even before the protests in other countries across the Middle East, and is centered on King Abdullah’s economic policy, which is interpreted by many of the local tribes as targeting them and working towards strengthening the status of Palestinian Authority Arabs in Jordan.
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