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Jordan's King Abdullah, Mahmoud Abbas meet

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King Abdullah of Jordan met with the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and said that "the continuation of the war in the Gaza Strip during Ramadan could lead to an expansion of the conflict." 

Mahmoud Abbas and Abdullah in Amman on Sunday 

King Abdullah of Jordan met with the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and said that "the continuation of the war in the Gaza Strip during Ramadan could lead to an expansion of the conflict." 

This was reported by the Jordanian news agency, Petra, which added that King Abdullah emphasized the need for a "cease-fire in Gaza and protection of innocent citizens." 

A statement from Abbas' office said that during the meeting he "warned of Israel's intention to impose restrictions on the entry of worshipers to the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the month of Ramadan, and emphasized the need to commit to preserving the historical and legal status of the holy places."

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