Protesters in Amman call for an end to agreements with Israel

Amman Anti-Israel Protests Rally Against Wadi Arba and Gas Agreement, Demanding Change in Middle Eastern Politics

For the second night in a row, anti-Israeli protests took place in Amman, Jordan. Despite efforts by police and gendarmerie to keep the crowd at bay, demonstrators attempted to break through their security cordon. According to jo24.net, two protesters were arrested during these attempts. Over 10,000 people participated in the demonstration organized by a youth group.

The demonstrators demanded practical measures from the Jordanian government to stop Israeli aggression against Palestinian people. They called for an end to all agreements with Israel, including the Wadi Arba agreement and gas agreement. Additionally, they demanded that Amman ban land delivery of goods from Persian Gulf countries through Jordan and export of vegetables.

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

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