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His Majesty King Abdullah II reiterated that addressing the whirl of violence in the region resides in realizing that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is a political and not a security issue.

"There are people suffering under occupation and unless their aspiration to establish their independent in the near future, extremism will never be eliminated," King Abdullah said in an interview with the Japanese NHK TV station on Tuesday. The King called for speedy action to get the peace process ahead and put an end to Israeli occupation. This would ensure security and stability to all countries in the region including Israel, King Abdullah added.
King Abdullah II Sunday launched the Royal Cars Museum located within King Hussein parks and included a group of historical and sport cars owned by His Late Majesty King Hussein.
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz on Wednesday exchanged views on the phone on the latest developments in the region in light of King Abdullah's recent visit to the United States and the current Arab efforts to back up the Palestinian brethren and end their suffering and to push the peace process forward.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Wednesday accepted the credentials of nominated ambassadors of friendly countries to Jordan.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Tuesday returned home following a working visit to USA where he stressed on mobilizing support to the Palestinian issue and clarifying the Arab stand supportive to Just, comprehensive and durable peace, in addition to cementing bilateral relations of cooperation between Jordan and USA in the various fields, particularly, supporting Jordan's national economy and economic reform program.

During the visit, where Her Majesty Queen Rania accompanied him, King Abdullah II was keen, on highlighting with President Bush and senior American officials the dangers facing the region due to the Israeli consistent aggression against the Palestinian people and not achieving a comprehensive settlement in the Middle East.
Summit talks between His Majesty King Abdullah II and U.S. President George Bush will open after midnight (Amman local time) while tension is still overshadowing the situation in the Middle East because of the ongoing acts of violence on the Palestinian Israeli scenes.
His Majesty King Abdullah II said that unless the political problem of the Palestinian cause is tackled and unless a viable Palestinians state is establishment and a formula that provides peace and security for the Israelis and Palestinians is found, violence will continue.

In an interview with the US BBS the King said `when we watched the Israeli army incursion into the West Bank, I told the Israelis that for each Palestinian they kill or injure hundred others will be born`.
His Majesty King Abdullah opened talks on Tuesday with U.S. National Security Advisor Condoleeza Rice on bilateral relations and the current efforts to reduce tension in the Middle East.
His Majesty King Abdullah II stressed the need to move quickly towards a final resolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the peace process needs to be pushed forward within the next few weeks.

The establishment of the Palestinian state on the Palestinian land should be within `a reasonable timeframe that we all agree on,` King Abdullah said in an interview with CNN news network Monday. `If we only keep talking about establishing a Palestinian state during the coming 10 or 15 years then we would achieve no progress at all`, King Abdullah added.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed during his meeting with US Secretary of State Collin Powell that UN resolutions 242, 338, 1337 and 1397 should serve as a reference framework for the suggested conference on the Middle East.

His Majesty stressed during the meeting which was attended by high ranking Jordanian officials, the importance of the participation of all parties in the proposed conference.