Tehran (IP) - The streets of the Jordanian capital Amman on Friday witnessed widespread demonstrations against the crimes of the Israeli regime and in support of the Palestinian people.

Iran PressMiddle East: Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque have been witnessing the worst clashes in the past year between the Israeli regime's troops and Palestinian worshipers since April 15. To date, at least 350 Palestinians have been injured and more than 450 detained in clashes (Friday, April 22nd).

According to Al-Mayadin, thousands of people took to the streets in the Jordanian capital Amman today after Friday prayers, chanting slogans against the Israeli regime.

Jordanian protesters condemned the Israeli atrocities against the Palestinians at Al-Aqsa Mosque and demanded the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador to Jordan and the cancellation of the Wadi al-Arabah agreement signed in 1994 between Amman and Tel Aviv.

The Israeli regime's hegemonic actions against Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa Mosque are taking place while United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has adopted a resolution that rejects any historical, religious or cultural connection of Jews with holy places in Al-Quds, especially Al-Aqsa Mosque and considered this mosque a holy place for Muslims.

The city of Al-Quds, which houses the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the first qibla of Muslims, is an integral part of Palestine and one of the three most important holy sites in Islam.


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