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Sajida al-Rishawi is seen in a frame from Jordanian television in 2005 where she confessed her participation in the deadly attacks at Amman hotels. She also said that her husband detonated his bomb, but when she tried to detonate hers, it failed to do so. Al-Rishawi said during her televised confession, "My husband is the one who organized everything."
Sajida al-Rishawi is seen in a frame from Jordanian television in 2005 where she confessed her participation in the deadly attacks at Amman hotels. She also said that her husband detonated his bomb, but when she tried to detonate hers, it failed to do so. Al-Rishawi said during her televised confession, "My husband is the one who organized everything."

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