Skip to comments.Petition: Stop Jordan's Release of Schoolgirls' Murderer
Posted on 04/13/2013 3:21:39 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
An internet petition is calling upon Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to take action to prevent the release of the Jordanian who cold-bloodedly gunned down seven Jewish schoolgirls at Naharayim in 1997.
A total of 110 out of 150 members of the lower house of Jordan's parliament signed a petition to free Ahmed Musa Dakamsa, who is serving a life sentence for the multiple murders. The Jordanian justice minister, too, has voiced support for releasing Dakamsa, calling him "a hero."
The families of the murdered girls have asked the public to assist them in preventing the release of Dakamsa.
On March 13, 1997, Dakamsa who was a Jordanian soldier opened fire on a group of girls from the 7th and 8th grades, from the Amit religious school in Beit Shemesh. The girls were on an annual field trip to the "Peace Island" park at Naharayim. The park, located just inside the Jordanian side of the border between Israel and Jordan, was established in 1994, after the countries signed a peace treaty in the wake of the Oslo Accords.
Dakamsa fired two full magazines of bullets before his weapon jammed and other soldiers overpowered him. Besides killing seven girls, he wounded six others, two of them seriously.
Following the murders, Jordan's King Hussein visited Beit Shemesh and personally apologized to the families...
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
Make it messy. When over 70% of Jordan’s elected government go on record supporting this demon I don’t give a s*** about collateral damage
A total of 110 out of 150 members of the lower house of Jordan's parliament signed a petition to free Ahmed Musa Dakamsa, who is serving a life sentence for the multiple murders. The Jordanian justice minister, too, has voiced support for releasing Dakamsa, calling him "a hero."But still, land for peace, great idea, huh? /s
“Let them release him, and have Mossad arrange a little party for him. “
My thoughts exactly,
Never happen. He’ll be released and welcomed as a hero.
If he were released now, he could be teaching at Columbia by next fall.