Israel slams Jordan justice minister's call to release the savage who killed seven young Israeli schoolgirls

In an unprecedented move, Jordan’s new justice minister demands the early release of Ahmed Daqamseh who killed seven Israeli school girls in 1997 because he said they “mocked Islam.”

HAARETZ “The comments are serious and severe, especially as they come from the minister responsible for law and justice,” the statement added. “The comments coming from the Jordanian justice minister about the killer from Naharayim were received with shock and disgust,” a Foreign Ministry statement said. Jordanian officials assured Israel that the statement did not represent the Jordanian government. Israeli Embassy spokeswoman Merav Horsandi said it is difficult for us to comprehend how there are people who support the release of a cold-blooded murderer of young children. (Well, it shouldn’t be)