Jordanian lawmakers call for severing ties with Israel regime

Jordan (IP) - A group of members of the Jordanian parliament, in response to the recent crimes of the Israeli regime, demanded the severance of relations with the regime and the suspension of cooperation in all agreements.

Iran PressMiddle East: The 76 members of the Jordanian parliament stated in a note that just condemning the events that are taking place in Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa Mosque is no longer an option in line with Jordanian interests and in accordance with the wishes and feelings of the Jordanian people, and called for decisions and actions to audit and prosecuted Israeli forces.

They also stressed the need to close the Israeli embassy in Amman, expel its ambassador, and recall the Jordanian ambassador to Tel Aviv.

The Jordanian people also demonstrated in solidarity with the Palestinians in front of the Israeli embassy in the Jordanian capital Amman on Friday evening, demanding the expulsion of the regime's ambassador from their country.

Al-Quds and the Al-Aqsa Mosque have been witnessing the worst clashes in the past year between Israeli militias and Palestinian worshipers since Friday (April 15th). At least 160 Palestinians were injured in the clashes.

The Israeli attacks against the Palestinian people were not limited to Al-Quds and Al-Aqsa Mosque; Israeli criminals also attacked various areas of the West Bank on Friday, injuring 190 Palestinians.

According to the Palestinian Red Crescent, the number of wounded in Friday's Israeli attacks on Palestinians in Jerusalem and the West Bank has risen to 350.

The Committee for the Protection of Palestinian Prisoners also announced that 470 Palestinians have been detained by Israeli militants since Friday.


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