After risking their lives and the lives of their children in order to cross the border into Jordan, displaced Syrians still aren't safe. According to The Jordan Times:
Security services detained early Thursday a Syrian national suspected of attempting to poison fellow citizens who took refuge in the border city of Ramtha, activists and security sources said. The development came amidst rising concern among officials of attempts by supporters of the Syrian regime to infiltrate the Kingdom.
According to activists, security services detained in the early hours of the day a Syrian national caught tampering with water tanks in Al Bashabsheh, a housing complex in Ramtha that currently hosts some 2,000 Syrian refugees. The suspect was a Syrian national who recently arrived at the compound, used by Jordanian authorities as an initial holding facility for Syrians who cross into the Kingdom illegally.
“Some residents woke up in the middle of the night and discovered one of the new arrivals attempting to place a poisonous substance in the water tanks,” said Mohammed, an Al Bashabsheh resident who did not wish to reveal his full name. According to Mohammed, residents restrained the “would-be assassin” before he was arrested by security services...