There's been a counter-campaign
to protest the Jordanian parliament's
petitioning for releasing the man who murdered 7 Israeli schoolgirls:
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. [...]
The families of the murdered girls have asked the public to assist them in preventing the release of Dakamsa.
If Jordan does release the savage, it will be an open declaration that they're abandoning even the flimsiest of the "peace treaty" with Israel in the mid-90s.
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