About a dozen protesters attacked employees at Syria's embassy in Jordan on Sunday, an embassy official said.
After posing as citizens who said they had business at the embassy, the group of about a dozen people started hitting employees with sticks, leaving one unconscious briefly, said Syria's vice ambassador to Jordan, Mohammad Abu Serreah.
The group arrived when the embassy opened at 9 a.m., Serreah said. They were dressed inconspicuously, some in suits and others casually. After entering the building, they took off their jackets to show that they were wearing t-shirts in support of the Syrian opposition, he said.
Officials asked the group to leave the embassy, but they refused - and then began attacking some employees with sticks, Serreah said.FULL STORY