High-ranking Jordanian sources said that some of the 21 members of the Muslim Brotherhood who where were arrested in Jordan a week and a half ago were accused of smuggling arms and money to the West Bank. Additionally, the suspects were charged with establishing an armed
secret organization with the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood, according to reports on Monday by Jordanian newspaper Al Hyat.
Two of the men were charged with training in Gaza and attempting to train activists to carry out attacks within the West Bank. The Jordanian sources also revealed that the name of a high-ranking Hamas leader in Turkey, Saleh al-Arouri, came up during the investigation of the activities of the detainees. Al-Arouri himself has stated that Hamas does not operate militarily in Jordan.