RAMALLAH (Reuters) - King Abdullah of Jordan made a rare trip to the West Bank on Monday to display support for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who is seeking to make peace with his rivals Hamas, and push for a resumption of peace talks with Israel. In his first visit to the Israeli-occupied territory in over 10 years, Abdullah took a short helicopter ride from Jordan over to Ramallah to see the Palestinian leader, who also maintains a residence in Jordan's capital, Amman. Abbas hosted US peace envoy William Burns on Sunday and Burns saw Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday to discuss restarting direct Middle East peace negotiations that have been suspended for over a year.