Report: Jordan asks Israel to clarify killing of Jordanian Damascus Gate terrorist in Jerusalem last week
Jordan’s foreign minister has reportedly invited Israel’s ambassador to the kingdom to provide details on the events of Friday’s attempted stabbing attack in Jerusalem.
Jordan’s Foreign Ministry on Monday summoned Israel’s ambassador Einat Shlein to provide details of Friday’s incident in Jerusalem in which a Jordanian citizen, Said Amro, was killed as he tried to stab two Border Police officers at Damascus Gate.
According to an Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman, there have been intensive contacts between Israel’s Foreign Ministry and all the relevant authorities in Jordan about the matter. The ministry said Shlein was called in within the framework of continuing the discussions about the incident, and updating the Jordanians on the details.
While the Foreign Ministry had no other comment on the issue, Minister-without-Portfolio Tzachi Hanegbi told Israel Radio that it will be easy to explain to the Jordanians what happened.
“Obviously the policemen at Damascus
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