Violent Anti-Israeli Demonstrations in Jordan: Thousands Protest Against Israeli Aggression and Demand Cancellation of Peace Treaty and Gas Agreement.

Many anti-Israeli protesters arrested near Israeli Embassy in Amman

Thousands of Jordanians participated in anti-Israeli demonstrations near the Israeli Embassy in Amman for three consecutive evenings, as reported by Reuters. Eyewitnesses claimed that the police used batons to disperse the protesters. The Jordanian government has been under increasing pressure from its citizens to take practical steps to halt Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people.

The protesters are demanding a cancellation of all agreements with Israel, including the peace treaty (Wadi Arba agreement) and the gas agreement. They are also calling for a ban on land delivery of goods from Persian Gulf countries through Jordan and a prohibition on exporting vegetables. These demands reflect growing tensions and calls for action against Israeli policies in the region.

On March 26, an anti-Israeli demonstration occurred in Aqaba, where some participants carried portraits of Yahya Sinouar and Hamas flags. The protests have become volatile as both protesters and authorities navigate complex political landscape.

In response to these events, the Jordanian government has been working closely with regional partners to address concerns about Israeli aggression against Palestinians. However, it remains unclear how effective these efforts will be in halting such actions.

As tensions continue to rise, it is clear that more action is needed at both the regional and international level to address these issues and ensure stability in the region.

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