King Abdullah II and Prince Hassan bin Talal offered their condolences on Friday to the martyr Colonel Dr. Abdul Razzaq Al-Dalabeh, Deputy Police Director of Ma’an Governorate.
He stressed that anyone who raises arms in the face of the state or infringes on public property and the citizens’ rights will be dealt with firmly, assuring that attacks and acts of vandalism are a serious violation of homeland security, therefore, they will not be allowe
uring his visit to the funeral home at Al Dalabeh home in Kafir, Jerash, the King expressed his sincere condolences to the families of the martyr, saying, “This is my son and the son of all Jordanians, and we will not rest until the criminal is justly punished for his heinous crime”.
“We will not condone assaults or attacks on our brave security service men who watch over the safety of our homeland and its citizens”, he stated.
The King referred to the difficult economic conditions that citizens are going through, and their right to express their opinions through peaceful means within the law, stressing that state institutions will take all measures to hold outlaws accountable.
The King was accompanied by the Chief of the Royal Hashemite Court, Youssef Hassan al-Issawi, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Major General Yousef Ahmed Al-Huneit