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Demonstrator rage against Israel in protest in Amman, following shooting of Jordanian judge
 A social call by a Jordanian deputy cabinet minister to the home of the Israeli consul in Amman degenerates into bloodshed, and generates international fallout against Israel.

What happened? After the deputy minister enters the apartment, the consul’s bodyguard believes his charge is under extreme threat. Shots are fired and the minister and his son lie dead. The incident pushes relations between Israel and the Hashemite Kingdom to the edge of the abyss.

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