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Jordan is completely opposed to granting Jews any space to pray on the Temple Mount, a senior Jordanian official told Jordanian news outlet Al-Ghad Al-Ordoni on Tuesday. Speaking to the Jordanian outlet, Abdul Nasser Nasser, Jordan's top legal adviser for Islamic and Christian property in Jerusalem, said Amman had rejected an Israeli request to give Jewish worshippers a limited, several-meters space on the Temple Mount grounds in which to pray."Jordan will never allow extremist Jews to enter the courtyards of the holy Al-Aqsa mosque to pray or allow their presence in any part of the 144 dunams (35.6 acres), which belong solely to Muslims," said Nassar.He said the request was part of the Israeli "partition scheme" over the Al-Aqsa waqf and the greater ambition to "Judaize" Jerusalem.