Jordanian Protests Rise Against Israeli Aggression, Call for Peace and Sanctions

Protesters in Amman call for an end to agreements with Israel

For the second time in a row, anti-Israeli demonstrations took place in the Jordanian capital. This time, more than 10,000 people gathered to protest against Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people. The website jo24.net reported that two demonstrators were arrested for attempting to break through the security forces’ cordon.

The participants of the demonstration demanded practical measures from the Jordanian government to stop Israeli aggression. They called for the cancellation of all agreements with Israel, including the peace treaty (Wadi Arba agreement) and the gas agreement. Additionally, they demanded a ban on land delivery of goods from Persian Gulf countries through Jordan and a ban on exporting vegetables.

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

The police and gendarmerie worked tirelessly to prevent the crowd from approaching the Israeli embassy during this eventful evening in Amman.

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