Police in Jordan make arrests on third day of anti-Israel protests

Jordan Protests Against Israel: Thousands Demand Peace Treaty Cancellation and Goods Ban

Thousands of protesters gathered in Jordan’s capital for the third consecutive evening to demonstrate against Israel. The demonstrations were held near the Israeli Embassy and focused on Israel’s aggression towards the Palestinian people. Protesters called on the Jordanian government to cancel agreements with Israel, including the peace treaty and gas agreement, as well as impose a ban on goods from Persian Gulf countries. Additionally, they demanded a halt to the delivery of goods from these countries through Jordan and an export ban on vegetables.

Reports from local media indicate that law enforcement has been detaining individuals who disrupt public order during the protests. In addition to Amman, an anti-Israeli demonstration is also taking place in Aqaba, where participants are seen holding pictures of Yahya Sinouar and waving Hamas flags. The presence of law enforcement at the protests highlights the need for security measures to ensure public safety during these demonstrations.

The discontent and demands of protesters in both locations suggest a strong sentiment against Israel and a desire for political action by the Jordanian government. These protests reflect ongoing tensions in the region and have been influenced by Israeli-Palestinian conflicts. As neighboring countries like Jordan are affected by these conflicts, it is crucial for them to take action and address these issues head-on.

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