Jordanian protesters demand peace treaty be annulled

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June 4, 2011 09:04

 
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Jordanian protesters gathered outside the Israeli embassy in capital Amman on Friday, demanding the annulment of Jordanian-Israeli peace treaty signed in 1994.

Demonstrators chanted slogans in support of the Palestinian people, commemorating the passing of 44 years since the 1967 Six-Day War and the what is widely seen as the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands.

Protesters also demanded the extradition of the ambassador, and the closure of the embassy.

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