Jordanian ambassador to US pays condolence call to families of three slain Muslims

February 13, 2015 22:09


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Jordan’s ambassador to the United States on Friday visited the families of the three young Muslims who were killed by a gunman in Chapel Hill, North Carolina earlier this week.

The envoy, Alia Bouran, paid the condolence call since two of the victims in the shooting, Yusor and Razan Abu-Salha, held Jordanian citizenship.

“Bouran paid her condolences to the victims’ families and loved ones and shared the deep sympathy of the His Majesty King Abdullah II, the people and government of Jordan for this horrific tragedy and immense loss,” the Jordanian embassy in Washington said in a statement.

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