Jordan's ruling monarchy is at risk of becoming the next Arab regime to fall to the wave of Islamist populism sweeping the Middle East. King Abdullah II, a key US ally, is finding his rule challenged by the Muslim Brotherhood and is even facing growing opposition from his traditional Bedouin allies. The Associated Press evaluates those internal threats, which come as Jordanian forces struggle to prevent the Syrian civil war from spilling across the border.
Muslim Brotherhood Setting Sights On Jordan
UPDATED 5:32 AM EDT, October 25, 2012