Caught between Iraq and a Hard Place


Simon TisdallTuesday November 29, 2005
The Guardian
Jordan’s 9/11 – the al-Qaida suicide bomb attacks on three Amman hotels on November 9 that killed 63 people – is still sending shockwaves across the kingdom. A new cabinet charged with waging “all-out war” against terrorism was appointed at the weekend. But Jordan’s pro-western King Abdullah also insisted that his controversial reform programme, known as the “national agenda”, must go forward.

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