The Zionist regime is the biggest threat to the Jordanians

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Publish Date: 9:02 - 07 March 2022
Monday, 7 March 2022 (YJC)_ The results of a poll show that Jordanians consider the Zionist regime to be the biggest threat to their country's national security.

The Zionist regime is the biggest threat to the JordaniansA poll conducted by the Center for Strategic Studies at the University of Jordan to gauge Jordanian citizens' knowledge of the country's foreign policy found that the Zionist regime is the biggest threat to Jordan's national security.

According to Russia Today, the survey on Jordan's foreign policy and international relations was conducted between February 15 and 22, 2022, and was a national sample that represented and included all provinces, regions, age groups and education.

The results of the poll show that the vast majority of Jordanians (77%) consider the Palestinian issue to be the most important political problem facing the Middle East and need to be resolved, and only 12% believe that the Syrian crisis is the most important political issue that needs to be resolved.

According to the poll, 46 percent of Jordanians and 32 percent of Jordanians consider the United States to be the biggest threat to the Arab world.

More than a third of Jordanians (39%) describe Jordan's position on the Yemeni war, repeated Houthi attacks on Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and the situation in Iran as "neutral."

Nearly half of Jordanians (47%) describe Jordan's position on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict as passive.

A majority of Jordanians (81%) support Jordan's active role in regional and global efforts on issues such as the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the Syrian crisis.

While 81 percent of Jordanians oppose the normalization of relations between the Arab states and Israel, almost half of Jordanians (44 percent) support a two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. 13% believe that there will never be a solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

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