police-Temple-MountPrime Minister Abdullah Nsur warned on Wednesday that Jordan might review a 1994 peace treaty with Israel after the Knesset began a debate on allowing Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount, according to AFP. “If Israel wants to violate the peace treaty in this issue, the entire treaty, its article, details and wording will be put on the table,” Nsur told Qatar’s Al-Watan paper in an interview. A majority of Jordanian MPs voted earlier Wednesday to seek the expulsion of Israel’s ambassador to the kingdom after the Jewish state’s parliament debated religious freedom for Jews and Christians at the Temple Mount. Prominent lower house deputy Khalil Attieh told the news agency that 86 out of 150 members of parliament voted to seek the expulsion of Israeli envoy Daniel Nevo. The vote, which is not legally binding, came a day after 47 Islamist MPs, including Attieh, signed a motion demanding that a 1994 peace treaty with Israel be annulled. More