skip to Main Content

Jordanian Soldier Crosses the River and Opens Fire on Israeli Soldiers

A Jordanian soldier managed to cross the river and opened fire on an Israeli army patrol. No casualties were reported.

According to the Israeli Army Radio, this happened on the Jordanian side of the border crossing into the northern Jordan Valley a little after midnight. 

Jordan Authorities are yet to comment on the incident.

Israeli forces lashed back by shooting ten rounds with reinforcements rushing to the scene. Despite this, the soldier was able to return back home safely. 

Jordan is currently witnessing a revolutionary shift with an overwhelming majority of the kingdom’s population supporting Palestine, as they continue to conduct large-scale protests despite crackdowns from Jordanian authorities. 

The Israeli regime’s war has killed more than 33,000 people and displaced almost all of Gaza’s 2.2 million population while imposing a crippling blockade of medical and food aid.

More than 75,500 are wounded, and more than 7000 are still missing, presumably killed under the rubble.

If you value our journalism…

TMJ News is committed to remaining an independent, reader-funded news platform. A small donation from our valuable readers like you keeps us running so that we can keep our reporting open to all! We’ve launched a fundraising campaign to raise the $10,000 we need to meet our publishing costs this year, and it’d mean the world to us if you’d make a monthly or one-time donation to help. If you value what we publish and agree that our world needs alternative voices like ours in the media, please give what you can today.


Back To Top