Jordanians demonstrate for Gaza (videos)
Jordanians have broken their silence. A lot of them took their frustration to the streets in the form of organized demonstrations. This one was on Sunday. It started at the fourth circle and ended in front of the Egyptian Embassy. The theme was anger directed towards the Egyptian leader because of the Rafah boarder, and more importantly because he was in a meeting with the Israeli leaders the week before the attacks.
This one was in Shmeisani, on Thaqafa street. The whole demonstration was organized through facebook. It included some artists, who helped prepare the signs carried by the protesters. Some of the signs were quite artistic. The protesters chanted Marcel Khaleefeh’s patriotic songs, the palestinian national anthem, and other emotional slognas, while carrying candles.
This one is in Rabia. The closest the protesters could get to the Israeli embassy. It is planned to be an open protest till the Israeli ambassador is out of the country. Even though it was raining, those guys brought their tents and their fire and just sat there. They drew the map of Palestine with their candles.
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