Jordanian Protests Against Israeli Aggression: Tensions Rise as Thousands Demand Action

Many anti-Israeli protesters arrested near Israeli Embassy in Amman

On the evening of March 25, dozens of protesters attempted to storm the Israeli Embassy in Amman, prompting Jordanian police to intervene and disperse the demonstrators. According to eyewitnesses, police used batons to break up the protests.

Thousands of Jordanians have been participating in anti-Israeli demonstrations near the embassy for three consecutive evenings. The protesters are calling on the Jordanian government to take action against Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people. They are demanding that all agreements with Israel be cancelled, including the peace treaty (Wadi Arba agreement) and the gas agreement. Additionally, they are requesting a ban on land deliveries from Persian Gulf countries through Jordan and a prohibition on vegetable exports.

On March 26, an anti-Israeli protest also took place in Aqaba, where some participants carried portraits of Yahya Sinouar and Hamas flags. The protests reflect growing tensions and calls for action against Israeli policies in the region. The situation remains volatile as both protesters and authorities navigate the complex political landscape.

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