RAMALLAH (AFP) - Jordan’s King Abdullah II will visit Ramallah on Thursday, the first Arab leader to travel to the Israeli-occupied territory since the Palestinians won UN non-member state status, a Palestinian official said. “King Abdullah will visit the state of Palestine the day after tomorrow, on Thursday, in the first visit by a top official to the Palestinian state after we received UN recognition,” Nimr Hammad, political adviser to Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, told AFP on Tuesday. “The visit will confirm Jordanian efforts and support for the Palestinian people and their leadership,” Hammad added. Jordanian officials refused to confirm that the visit would take place on Thursday.