Thousands Protest Against Israel in Jordan for Third Night: Calls for Action and Peace Treaty Cancellation

Police in Jordan make arrests on third day of anti-Israel protests

Anti-Israeli demonstrations have been held in the Jordanian capital for the third consecutive evening near the Israeli Embassy. Thousands of protesters gathered on March 26, calling on the Jordanian government to take action against Israeli aggression towards the Palestinian people. They demanded that agreements such as the peace treaty and gas agreement with Israel be cancelled, and a halt to the delivery of goods from Persian Gulf countries through Jordan and a ban on the export of vegetables.

Reports indicate that law enforcement is detaining individuals who disrupt public order during the demonstrations. The protests in Amman are not limited to the capital city, as an anti-Israeli demonstration is also taking place in Aqaba, where participants are holding pictures of Yahya Sinouar and waving Hamas flags.

The discontent and demands of the demonstrators in both locations suggest a strong sentiment against Israel and a desire for political action by the Jordanian government. These protests reflect ongoing tensions in the region and the impact of Israeli-Palestinian conflicts on neighboring countries like Jordan. The presence of law enforcement at these protests highlights the need for security measures to ensure public safety during these events.

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