Hundreds of Jordanians burned Israeli and US flags and called for the cancellation of the 1994 peace accord signed between Israel and Jordan in Amman on Friday.
The anti-Israel sentiment surfaced following Friday prayers during a demonstration against the newly sworn in government headed by Prime Minister Fayez al-Tarawneh.
Jordan's King Abdullah swore in a government dominated by conservatives under Tarawneh on Wednesday and tasked it with preparing parliamentary elections expected later this year.
According to The Jordan Times
, Islamists and youth activists say the march came in response to remarks by Tarawneh, who played a key role in the Israeli-Jordanian peace process, that if given a second chance, he would still support signing the peace treaty with Israel.Read full story here.
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