Jordan's King Abdullah addresses the European Parliament during a debate in Strasbourg, March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
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King Abdullah II of Jordan warned Tuesday that an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal was essential for combating Islamic extremists, saying the conflict served as a rallying cry for jihadis.Abdullah told the European Parliament that the battle against ISIS in Iraq and Syria was "first and foremost" a fight for Muslim nations to carry out.As a country that has made peace with Israel, Jordan has played a mediating role in the peace process.Abdullah however said that Muslim countries had to lead the fight against ISIS and other extremists.
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