Thousands of Jordanians have marched towards the Jordanian-Palestinian border, in a show of support to the Palestinian people in light of the recent Israeli aggression against the besieged Gaz Strip and the Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, WAFA news agency reported.
The demonstrators demanded the authorities open the border, as thousands gathered in front of the Martyr’s Memorial of the Battle of Karameh in the Karameh area, just near the King Hussein Bridge border crossing with the occupied West Bank.
Thousands of Jordanians who participated chanted “With our souls and blood we sacrifice for you, Al-Aqsa,” as well as slogans that condemned the Israeli aggression and occupation.
Besides the border protests, protests were called for in all the Kingdom’s governorates, in condemnation of the Zionist occupation’s aggression against the Palestinians in Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
Other protests were held over the past few days in Jordan, which urged the government to expel the Israeli ambassador from Amman and to cancel the peace treaty with the occupying state.