Published Wednesday, 22 August 2012
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Two male wheelchair-using powerlifters and a trainer were arrested in Antrim on Monday and charged following allegations of indecent assault made by two girls and two women.
The trio had been training at Antrim Forum ahead of the London Games.
At Coleraine Magistrates' Court on Wednesday, a representative of the Jordanian government said the Arab administration promised to bring the defendants back to the jurisdiction for any future court appearances.
Omar Sami Qaradha, a powerlifter aged 31, faces four charges - two counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of sexual assault against a woman, and voyeurism.
Motaz al-Juneidi, a 45-year-old powerlifter, is charged with sexual assault against a woman.
Trainer Faisal Hamash, aged 35, is charged with two counts of causing sexual activity with a child.
An interpreter was in court to translate the proceedings into Arabic for the accused.
The men deny the charges which are alleged to have taken place in or near Antrim Forum, and Antrim town centre.
The trio were released on bail on Wednesday afternoon after District Judge Richard Wilson accepted the guarantees made by the Kingdom of Jordan.
The men were due to fly out of Northern Ireland on Wednesday to London where preparations are underway for the start of the 2012 Paralympic Games.
Paralympians from Jordan arrived at Antrim Forum earlier this month to complete their training ahead of the Games. The venue has also hosted Olympic athletes from Qatar, Egypt, Djbouti, Oman and Algeria.
It is understood that the International Olympic Committee is now putting pressure on the Jordanian Olympic Committee to prevent the accused from taking part in the Paralympics.
A statement from the Jordanian embassy expressed regret over the alleged events.
"The Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland regrets the events leading to the charges attributed to three members of the Jordanian Paralympic team participating in a Paralympic camp in Antrim, N. Ireland.
"In line with its duties towards its citizens, the embassy provided direct consular support to the three members of the team charged with the offences.
"A senior diplomat from the embassy attended the hearings this morning at the Magistrates Court in Antrim, and posted bail for the three sportsmen pending their reappearance in Belfast for their trial in October."
The statement concluded saying the embassy wished "to reassure the courts of its continued cooperation and maintains utmost respect for the due process of the law."