Israel releases two Jordanians in prison

Following accord with Amman, taken to Allenby crossing

06 November, 17:39

    (ANSAmed) - TEL AVIV, NOVEMBER 6 - Israel on Wednesday released two Jordanian citizens who had been in prison for two months in administrative detention for suspected terrorist activity, said a spokesperson for the Israeli Prisons Service.

    The two, Heba al-Labadi and Abdel Rahman Miri, were taken on Wednesday morning to the Allenby border crossing where they crossed into Jordan.

    The release took place following an agreement in recent days between Israel and the Hashemite Kingdom that put an end to a diplomatic crisis between the two countries and includes the Amman ambassador's return to the Jewish State, after he had been recalled to Jordan.(ANSAmed).

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