Jordanian ambassador: Naharayim killer will not be released
Noam (Dabul) Dvir
Published: 15.04.13, 00:12
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Esther ,   Selkirk Canada   (04.15.13)
2. The path to peace
Yossef   (04.15.13)
is paved with the corpses of our martyrs. Rest in peace sisters.
3. Well, let's put it this way
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (04.15.13)
He serves his complete sentence ... or Jordan ceases to exist. There! Is that simple enough to understand for even the dimmest of brains?
4. God's Wrath
Ron ,   OC, US   (04.15.13)
Jordan better not ever let the murderer of these 7 girls out of prison. The day that Jordan lets that animal out God will take terrible vengeance upon that country and rightfully so.
5. What a Filthy Hashemite Monarchy !
Abdel Karim Salim ,   Jerusalem   (04.15.13)
The late king Hussein of Jordan dutifully consoled the families of the slain Israeli girls in 1997 but his son, Abdullah II ,current king of Jordan, had better keep in mind that he and his entire Hashemite monarchy still owe me my father's blood money because I still hold Hussein responsible for my father's murder in Amman , Jordan, in August 1970 . He ordered compensation for the families of Israeli victims in 1997 , and I'm still waiting for my compensation...
6. Jordanians bloodlust and hatred
Brian Cohen ,   Judean Peoples Front   (04.15.13)
Jordan's problems will continue to get worse, not better, because such a large percentage of the population is downright mean and nasty - with no interest in progress. With so many Jordanian officials supporting the petition and calling a child-murderer a "hero", we have our doubts on the future of Jordan as a viable country that has something moral and decent to offer its future generations.
7. The Ambassador
Keren IL-BR   (04.15.13)
Did a good job. He acted smoothly to tranquilize the parents in a moment of pain. Maybe he rememebered the example of late King Hussein who visited the houses of the beverared parents after the horrible crime.
USA   (04.15.13)
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