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Uninterrupted opening of Allenby/King Hussein Bridge, following mediation by Moroccan King

Thanks To a direct mediation of the Kingdom of Morocco under His Majesty King Mohammed VII, the Israeli authorities decided to open the Allenby/King Hussein crossing linking the West Bank with Jordan, immediately.

The United States of America and the Kingdom of Morocco led the mediation that led to an agreement to open the crossing permanently 24/7. This is the only way for Palestinians to be connected to the rest of the world.

This border crossing is located approximately 50km from Amman and will soon be open.

This crossing is extremely popular among Palestinians. It will improve the lives of Palestinians daily and facilitate movement of goods and people.


This mediation is once again a powerful testimony to the interest of His Majesty, the King, Chairman, the Al-Quds Committee in the Palestinian cause.

Merav Michaeli (Israeli Minister of Transportation) used the occasion of the opening announcement to thank Joe Biden (American President) and HM King Mohammed VI (Chairman of Al-Quds Committee), for their continued efforts for peace in the Middle East.


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