What 'peace' with an Arab country means: Jordanian parliament prays for Har Nof murderers
Israel has a 'peace treaty' with Jordan. But that treaty isn't worth the paper on which it is printed. On Wednesday, Jordan's parliament prayed for the souls of the two terrorists
who on Tuesday murdered four Jews and a Druze police office and wounded eight other Jews, four of them seriously.
On Wednesday, Jordan's parliament offered a prayer in honor of the spirit of Ghassan Abu Jamal and Uday Abu Jamal - the terrorists who slaughtered five people.
The prayer was held as the House of representatives session opened.
MP Khalil Attieh requested his fellow representatives to recite the Fatiha for the "spirit of the heroes."
The Fatiha is the first chapter of the Koran, recited on important occasions.
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Labels: Arab anti-Semitism, Jerusalem, Jordan, Palestinian terrorism, Palestinian terrorists, terror victims