In an interview with Israeli Daily Newspaper Haaretz, Jordanian Foreign Minister Marwan Muashar warned that the current route of the separation wall constitutes a "grave national security threat" to Jordan.
Muashar was mainly concerned that the will prevent the establishment of a viable Palestinian state and could therefore rigger massive emigration to Jordan.
"A fence inside Palestinian territories, as currently planned, will divide the West Bank into three parts, and every Palestinian will need an Israeli permit to go from one part to another. In the long run, they’ll have the following options: to seek Israeli citizenship, which won’t happen; to continue living under occupation forever; or to immigrate to Jordan. It’s clear which option they’ll choose," he explained
"This affects our national security. Jordan does have a large proportion of Palestinians, but it is not an alternative homeland for the Palestinians in the territories," he added.