Amman warns: Jihadists hijacking Syria revolution, may target Israel, Jordan next – Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper.

Jordanians saw the first signs two months ago when their intelligence service caught a cell of 11 Salafists who had assembled in Syria and were planning to attack shopping centers and Western embassies in Jordan.

By Anshel Pfeffer | Dec.20, 2012 | 8:17 AM | 13
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Free Syrian Army fighters cover two dead bodies they found between rubble during heavy clashes with government forces in Aleppo, Syria.Photo by AP

AMMAN – Senior Jordanian officials warn that Syria may devolve into a “black hole that sucks Jihadists from around the world.” They claim that despite their warnings to Western nations and Israel against this expected development in their strife-ridden northern neighbor, advanced weaponry continues to flow into the hands of Salafist and…

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