Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Said Bring Injured Embassy Guard Home From Jordan

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updated: July 25,2017 15:45 IST

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the guard over the phone and promised that he would be brought home. (File |AP)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the guard over the phone and promised that he would be brought home. (File |AP)

JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that an Israeli security watch who shot dead two Jordanians in the wake of being cut outside Israel’s Embassy in Jordan will be taken back to the nation.

In an announcement discharged by the Prime Minister’s Office, Netanyahu said he brought the watch via telephone and guaranteed him that Israel “has involvement in managing such circumstance” and would “bring you home”, Xinhua news office detailed.

The protect discharged two shots in the wake of being cut from behind with a screwdriver on Sunday night, killing the attacker and lethally injuring another man present.Local media announced that Jordanian experts declined to enable the monitor to leave the nation before he was researched. A senior military authority was on the way to Amman to help illuminate the discretionary emergency, media reports said.

The occurrence has additionally convoluted endeavors to determine a spiraling emergency regarding Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, East Jerusalem’s most touchy heavenly site.