Jordanian protesters shout slogans against Israel during a protest in front of the parliament in Amman March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
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The lower house of Jordan's parliament, incensed over the shooting death of a Jordanian judge by Israeli soldiers, demanded Wednesday that the government free a soldier who murdered Israeli schoolgirls in 1997 .Dakamseh had opened fire on a group of Israeli schoolgirls as they visited Baqura, a scenic peninsula on the Jordan River near the Israeli border.The Israeli army said Zeiter, 38 had charged at the soldiers with a metal pole while shouting "Allahu Akbar" (God is greatest), prompting them to fire at his legs.
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