“Jordanian MPS Hold Moment of Silence For Synagogue Terrorists,” Tom Gross, November 22, 2014 (scroll down):
Members of the Jordanian parliament held a moment of silence and read Koranic verses aloud on Wednesday in praise of the two Palestinian terrorists who butchered to death four Jews and one Druze policeman who tried to save them, in the attack at a West Jerusalem synagogue on Tuesday. As noted in a previous dispatch, three of the murdered Jews were American citizens and the other was British, but to the best of my knowledge, neither the American nor British governments have expressed condemnation of the Jordanian parliament for praising the ISIS-like butchery practiced on their Jewish citizens. One Jordanian MP read the al-Fatiha verse from the first chapter of the Quran in order to (as he told other parliamentarians who bowed their heads during the parliamentary session in respect for the killers) “glorify their pure souls and the souls of all the martyrs in the Arab and Muslim nations”.
By contrast, the Jordanian prime minister condemned the attack.