Biden will host the king of this big Muslim country, Iran is an 'enemy'


The White House informed on Friday that US President Joe Biden will host King Abdullah II of Jordan next week. The meeting will be “private” and will be followed by a readout, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters without specifying a date.

However, ceasefire talks are still going on in Gaza, and this meeting will be held to negotiate an agreement to release the hostages and ensure a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in Gaza after almost seven months of war. Whereas Egypt, Qatar, and the United States have been trying for months to ensure a ceasefire in Gaza.

But Hamas on Friday accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of trying to derail the proposed Gaza deal by threatening to launch an operation in Rafah. King Abdullah II last visited the White House in February when he called for an immediate ceasefire and warned of an attack. In April, Jordan worked with the United States and other allies to shoot down an Iranian drone sent by Tehran toward Israel.

Apart from America, Britain and Jordan also supported Israel in saving Israel from Iran's attack. Also, the country of Jordan has been seen standing against Israel since the beginning of the ongoing war between Gaza and Israel. But when Iran attacked Israel, Jordan supported Israel. After supporting Israel, Jordan said in its official statement that it had stopped the Iranian drone for self-defense, and not to help Israel.