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

Amidst Anti-Israeli Protests in Jordan, Online Communities Thrive

Anti-Israeli protests were held in Jordanian capital for the third consecutive evening near the Israeli Embassy on March 26. Thousands of demonstrators attempted to approach the embassy, but were pushed back by police and gendarmerie. The participants in the demonstration are calling on the Jordanian government to take concrete actions to stop Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people. They are demanding the cancellation of all agreements with Israel, including the peace treaty, gas agreement, and restrictions on land delivery of goods from Persian Gulf countries through Jordan.

Reports from Jordanian media indicate that police are detaining individuals who are violating public order. Additionally, an anti-Israeli demonstration is also taking place in Aqaba, where portraits of Yahya Sinouar and Hamas flags can be seen. Despite these political tensions and public protests, various online platforms are sharing information and resources related to social issues and digital services. Discussions range from the importance of refurbished laptops in the gambling industry to tips for successful online slot gaming. Amidst all this chaos, individuals are engaging in a wide range of online activities to stay informed and connected.

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