Sunday, July 23, 2017

Two Jordanians killed, Israeli wounded in shooting near Israeli embassy in Jordan



Tensions are getting too high!
The Guardian reports two Jordanians were killed and an Israeli wounded in a shooting incident on Sunday in a building inside the Israeli embassy complex in Jordan’s capital Amman, police said.

The two Jordanians, working for a furniture firm, had entered the embassy compound before the shooting, the police said, adding that the dead man was killed by a gunshot and the two wounded men had been rushed to hospital. Israel made no public comment.

Violence against Israelis is rare in Jordan, a tightly policed country that is a staunch regional ally of the United States. But tensions have escalated between the two countries since Israel installed metal detectors at entry points to Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem after two Israeli policemen were shot dead by three Arab-Israeli gunmen on 14th July near the site.

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