Jordanians stage pro-Gaza rally near Israel embassy

By REUTERS
July 21, 2014 02:45

 
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Hundreds of Jordanian protesters burnt Israeli flags in Amman on Sunday as demonstrators called on Palestinian Hamas militants to step up rocket attacks against Israeli towns and cities to avenge civilian deaths caused by Israel's offensive in Gaza.

Demonstrators near the Israeli embassy in Amman's affluent Rabia district chanted "Death to Israel" in one of the biggest public outpourings of anger against Israel in the last few years.

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