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Sources in Amman: Israel paid $5m in compensation to bereaved families

Jordanian sources disclosed Saturday that Israel had transferred to Amman the sum of $5 million. This sum was passed as compensation to the families of two Jordanians who were killed by a security officer at the Israeli embassy last summer and a Jordanian judge who was shot dead at the Allenby Bridge border crossing. These payments were forwarded to resolve the dispute with Jordan over the incidents and enable the reopening of the Israeli embassy in Amman. Israel also agreed to appoint a new ambassador.

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8 thoughts on “Sources in Amman: Israel paid $5m in compensation to bereaved families

  • Jan 20, 2018 @ 17:19 at 17:19
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    I just dont believe it !

    The Jews have to pay millions to those who tried to kill them and were killed in self defense ???? What a sick logic ! What a weak behaviour of the israeli governmemt !! What a shame / what a disgrace !!!

    Now – Bibi, who is going to pay 5 millions to the family of the murdered Rabbi ???
    That jewish lifes dont matter for the world, this I knew- but that it doesmt matter for the israeli gov. – this is sickening …

    Bibi – I have greatest respect for you , but I think Israel needs a new leader who cares more for the jews / less for their enemies…

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    • Jan 20, 2018 @ 18:45 at 18:45
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      Enjoy your luxury stay in Davos, Bibi !
      Enjoy and dont think about the widow of the murdered Rabbi and her kids !

      Enjoy Davos, the high society !
      Who cares for those jews living in historical heartland of Israel anyway?
      Go on giving millions to Israels enemies while in any way supporting the jewish victims !
      Go on like that and very soon someone will
      replace you as PM / someone who better knows how to act as PM of all Jews !

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  • Jan 20, 2018 @ 17:48 at 17:48
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    5 millions $$ ! While J-C was worth only 30 gold coins.

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  • Jan 20, 2018 @ 21:36 at 21:36
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    Spend the money on Olim Chadashim,
    subsidize housing in the center for the needy poorer families.

    Dont waste money on Arabs.
    Who needs an Embassy in Jordan?
    Just dont travel Jordan and one can not loose a passport there.
    Also there is a deal with Germany that Israelis can use the German
    embassies in countries where there is no Israeli embassy.

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  • Jan 21, 2018 @ 2:26 at 2:26
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    Killing Jews has long been “good business for Arabs”. So why complain. Best get along with Jordan and
    hope they’ll restrain terrorists crossing the border.

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  • Jan 21, 2018 @ 2:42 at 2:42
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    They are like the Palestinian authorities who pays families if there kids kill Jews

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  • Jan 21, 2018 @ 8:00 at 8:00
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    How much of the prize money will go to reward the ‘bereaved’ soon they will attempt to martyrize more, it pays in Jew Gold, straight into the pockets of the ‘negotiators’. Very very intelligent action indeed, it makes our government “collaborators”, but please hush hush, talking is bad for business. Now that the deed is done try to trace the money, who is getting kickbacks over here and in the Kremlin, the Rada or elsewhere.

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  • Jan 21, 2018 @ 11:28 at 11:28
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    Grovelling ghetto Jew

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