Twelve years passed for the massacre of Amman’s hotels

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Written By/ Eng. Jihan Ahmed Alghazawi

Twelve years have passed since a group of extremists perpetrated terrorist attacks on three hotels in Amman on November 9, 2005, killing 60 innocent people and injuring 200, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. 

The Jordanian people with pain remember this massacre and they insists to stand united against terrorism, and confirm loyalty to our Hashimite leadership , to secure the safety and stability  in Jordan ,try to pass all crisis Jordan facing, to impose stability , despite that all countries around Jordan is igniting from wars and sedition , Jordanian people aware of the problems that the region passing and trying to avoid them selfs from the aggression nor from war, neither sedition  .   

Senate President Faisal Fayez condemned the cowardly act of terrorism, saying it will only increase Jordanians’ perseverance and firmness in the face of danger. He stressed that Jordan will remain an “indestructible fortress” and a “haven for security and stability”.

Lower House Speaker Atef Tarawneh pointed out that Jordan has repeated in various forums and international events its firm stance against terrorism. He added that the “Black Wednesday” witnessed by the capital has united Jordanians in supporting the security agencies without hesitation to fight against the evil of terrorism.

All Jordanian people condemn the aggression and have a bad memory which will not forget ever .

 

 

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