While discussing the developments in Syria, King Abdullah II expressed that both neighbors Turkey and Jordan now have 'new burdens and responsibilities' and went on to state that "Turkey has always been a key regional player, and started raising its regional profile well before the Arab Spring, thanks to positive stands and timely policies."
Responding to a question on whether or not the deterioration of Turkey-Israel relations will affect the likelihood for a peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian issue, King Abdullah II stated the following:
"A few years back, President Clinton told me that the Israelis will only negotiate from a position of strength. And a position of strength is not where they are today, reportedly breaking ranks with the U.S. on Iran, having damaged their relations with Turkey, and facing growing popular resentment and increasing isolation from their Arab neighbors, including the very moderate ones."
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