Anti-Israel Protests Rise in Amman: Jordanian Capital’s Youth Demand Action Against Israeli Aggression

Protesters in Amman call for an end to agreements with Israel

On the second night in a row, anti-Israeli protests took place in Amman, the Jordanian capital. The police and gendarmerie worked tirelessly to prevent the crowd from approaching the Israeli embassy. According to jo24.net, two demonstrators were arrested after attempting to breach the security forces’ cordon. The website reported that more than 10 thousand people participated in the protest organized by a youth organization.

The protesters demanded that the Jordanian government take concrete action to stop Israeli aggression against Palestinians. They called for an end to all agreements with Israel, including the peace treaty (Wadi Arba agreement) and gas agreement. Additionally, they demanded a ban on land delivery of goods from Persian Gulf countries through Jordan and an export of vegetables.

jo24.net also stated that demonstrators believed that Amman should cease military cooperation with the United States, which they held responsible for aggression in Gaza Strip. Furthermore, protesters insisted on opening borders for Jordanian youth who wished to join Palestinian resistance movement.

The demonstration was peaceful but tense as police and gendarmerie used water cannons and tear gas to disperse crowds near the Israeli embassy.

Overall, it’s clear that anti-Israeli sentiment is growing in Amman as people demand action from their government to protect Palestinians from Israeli aggression.

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