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‘Islamic State’ rise could have been prevented — King

His Majesty King Abdullah stressed that Jordan’s borders are “extremely secure” and that the Kingdom, during the few past months, has firmly countered all threats to approach its borders. 
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‘Islamic State’ rise could have been prevented — King

His Majesty King Abdullah stressed that Jordan’s borders are.

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