Thousands Protest Against Israel in Jordanian Capital: Demands for Action Against Israeli Aggression

Protesters in Amman call for an end to agreements with Israel

Anti-Israeli demonstrations have been held in the Jordanian capital for the second night in a row. These protests were led by a youth organization and saw more than 10,000 people participate. The participants called on the Jordanian government to take practical measures to stop Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people. They demanded that all agreements with Israel be cancelled, including the peace treaty (Wadi Arba agreement) and the gas agreement.

Furthermore, they requested a ban on land delivery of goods from Persian Gulf countries through Jordan, as well as a ban on the export of vegetables. The protesters also believed that Amman should stop military cooperation with the United States, which they held responsible for aggression in Gaza Strip. In addition, they insisted that Jordan open its borders to allow Jordanian youth to join the Palestinian resistance.

The police and gendarmerie worked tirelessly to prevent the crowd from approaching the Israeli embassy during these demonstrations. According to jo24.net, two demonstrators tried to break through the security forces’ cordon and were subsequently arrested. Despite this, the demonstration continued with participants calling for an end to Israeli aggression against Palestinians and demanding concrete action from their government.

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