National Jordanian and Israeli flags are seen on the Naharayim bridge on the border between Israel and Jordan north-eastern Israel October 22, 2014. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
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Israel has seen "unprecedented" intelligence cooperation with Egypt and Jordan as the countries' fight against ISIS nudge them to work together more closely, Israel's deputy military chief said Wednesday.Egypt and Jordan are the only Arab countries that have signed peace treaties with Israel, but relations between them remain delicate, particularly over their support for the Palestinian cause.Jihadist fighters have long used Sinai as a base and launched an insurgency after the military overthrew Egypt's Islamist president Mohammad Morsi in 2013 .
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