According to Al-Mayadeen, the vehicle used in Tuesday’s car bombing near the Syrian border-crossing was in fact supplied by the Jordanian government to the Syrian opposition forces.

Citing “Jordanian sources,” Al-Mayadeen claimed that this vehicle was given by the government in Amman to a Free Syrian Army (FSA) affiliate that was combating the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the Dara’a Governorate.

Jordanian officials have not responded to these allegations by Al-Mayadeen; however, they have aided the Syrian opposition forces fighting the Syrian government in the past.

 

 

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