Jordan's King Abdullah II ousts prime minister, cabinet in wake of mass protestsordan protests pressure king, but respect for monarchy remains
AMMAN, JORDAN - Tarek al-Masri, a Jordanian lawyer who studied in Egypt, has been closely following the upheaval there with mixed emotions: happy that the Egyptians have finally risen up against an oppressive ruler but worried about a power vacuum in the streets.
When he considers a growing challenge to the government in his own country, where the authority of the monarchy is an article of faith, there's one line he won't cross.
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