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Jordan: Hundreds Protest Against Gas Deal with ‘Israel’, Demand Gov’t Resignation

Jordan: Hundreds Protest Against Gas Deal with ‘Israel’, Demand Gov’t Resignation
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By Staff, Agencies

Hundreds of Jordanians staged a demonstration in Jordan to express their resentment over their government’s multi-billion-dollar agreement to import natural gas from the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Protesters on Friday staged a rally, which was organized by the Jordanian National Campaign Against the Gas Agreement with the Zionist Entity, in the capital Amman, calling on Prime Minister Omar Razzaz to step down.

They also demanded the parliament, which will hold a session next Sunday to discuss the issue of natural gas imports from the ‘Israeli’ occupation entity, to vote against the agreement and hold those who signed it to account.

Protesters then urged all Jordanians nationwide to take part in anti-gas deal protests, push for the abolition of the agreement, and put all those responsible for the crime and treachery on trial.

They also chanted slogans in condemnation of the gas agreement with the Zionist entity, and called for the ouster of Razzaz’s government.

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