Death of Jordanian Policeman Killed Guarding Israelis Fuels Threats By Adam Nicky, the Media Line 18 April 2013
AMMAN-- The death of a Jordanian tourism policeman killed while guarding visiting Israelis have evoked threats by members of the victim’s tribe to abduct or kill Israeli tourists unless the government opens an independent probe into the incident.
"Any Israeli could find himself the target of a kidnapping or other measures,” Mohammed Jarah, brother of Sgt. Ibrahim Jarah, told The Media Line by telephone from his home in the town of Mazar,110 miles south of Amman. “We want to know what happened to my brother. The government must open an independent investigation and announce the result in public,” he threatened.
Jarah warned that his tribe will kill ten Israelis in retaliation for his brother's death. (read more)