字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Israel and Jordan turned the rift valley into a gateway of hope. Israel and Jordan make peace on the middle of a minefield at the border post of Arabah Crossing. The historic peace treaty ends a 46-year state of war, and Jordan joins Egypt as the only Arab nation to establish relations with Israel. With US President Bill Clinton as a witness, Israeli premier you Yitzhak Rabin and his Jordanian counterpart Abdelsalam al-Majali signed the pact. The agreement calls for the establishment of diplomatic relations, a peaceful settlement to conflicts, and comprehensive cooperation. Jordan's King Hussein calls it a gift to future generations. Minutes before the ceremony begins, Hezbollah extremists from Lebanon bombard northern Israel, and Palestinians in the occupied West Bank join a general strike called by the PLO and Hamas to protest the treaty.