Thousands of Jordanians flocked to the border with the West Bank to protest Israeli actions in Gaza in response to rocket attacks by Palestinian militias.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS). -The escalation of tensions between Israelis and Palestinians led to mobilizations along the Lebanese border and the West Bank, and even shooting scenes blocked a group of armed forces in the Gaza Strip who wanted to condemn Israel’s offensive.
According to the Times of Israel, Israeli forces confirmed that they opened fire on “several” demonstrators who broke the Lebanese border wall and managed to cross the wall near the city of Mitura. Images of the attack showed dozens of people entering Israeli territory, some of them holding Hezbollah militia flags.
On the other hand, thousands of Jordanians moved to the border with the West Bank to protest against Israel’s actions in Gaza in response to rocket attacks by Palestinian militias and to oppose East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Kharra residents against Palestine. The expulsion of the family. The main cause of conflict.
The protesters concentrated on a historical site, such as the official Palestinian testimony, crossing the border with the King Hussein Bridge in the area of the same name near the Battle of Karamey Memorial in the area of the same name. Wafa News Agency.
There, it is reminiscent of one of the biggest conflicts between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization. In 1968, Jordanians gathered together and demanded an end to the offensive shouting: “We give you our souls and blood for Ake “Sacrificial Sacrifice” refers to the mosque in Jerusalem, the third holiest site in Islam, and another center of conflict.
Petra, Jordan’s official news agency, said that in addition to protests on the border, Jordanians also plan to travel to all provinces of the kingdom to protest Israeli actions. Mainly concentrated near the Husseini Mosque in the capital Amman, thousands of Jordanians held large-scale sit-ins after evening prayers.
In the last few hours, it is well known that according to the order of the Jordanian royal family, the Jordanian Hashemite Charity Organization (JHCO), together with the Jordanian army, sent a humanitarian aid convoy to Ramallah, the capital of the West Bank. And Jerusalem itself, where Jordan guards the holy places of Muslims.