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Jordanians for Palestine

Jordanians have raised their voice against the Israeli military offensive in the Gaza Strip through a series of demonstrations being organised in the country’s capital Amman.

Jordanians for Palestine
A Jordanian protester set a makeshift Israeli flag on fire during a demonstration calling for an end to the Israeli military offensive in the Gaza Strip, in Amman, on August 05, 2014. A 72-hour truce took hold in Gaza today as Israel withdrew troops following four weeks of bitter fighting and Palestinians ventured out to find scenes of destruction. (AFP/Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
Pierre Krahenbuhl, the commissioner general of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees UNRWA speaks during a press conference at the UNRWA headquarters in Amman on August 5, 2014. Krahenbuhl said UNWRA needs 187 millions dollars to help some 267,970 Palestinians who were displaced during the 29 days of fighting between Israel and Hamas. (AFP/Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
Pierre Krahenbuhl, the commissioner general of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees UNRWA speaks during a press conference at the UNRWA headquarters in Amman on August 5, 2014. Krahenbuhl said UNWRA needs 187 millions dollars to help some 267,970 Palestinians who were displaced during the 29 days of fighting between Israel and Hamas. (AFP/Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
A Jordanian protester walks on an Israeli national flag as he takes part in a demonstration in front of the US embassy Amman, on August 3, 2014, against the US support to Israel's offensive in Gaza. 1,766 Palestinians have been killed and another 9,320 wounded since the start of the Israeli offensive, emergency services spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said on August 3. (AFP/Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
Jordanian protesters set a makeshift Israeli flag on fire during a demonstration calling for an end to the Israeli military offensive in the Gaza Strip, in Amman, on August 05, 2014. A 72-hour truce took hold in Gaza today as Israel withdrew troops following four weeks of bitter fighting and Palestinians ventured out to find scenes of destruction. (AFP/Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
Jordanians take part in a demonstration in front of the US embassy Amman, on August 3, 2014, against the US support to Israel's offensive in Gaza. 1,766 Palestinians have been killed and another 9,320 wounded since the start of the Israeli offensive, emergency services spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra said on August 3. (AFP/Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
Jordanians wave Palestinian flags during a protest against Israel's military offensive in the Gaza Strip and in support of Gaza's people on August 1, 2014 in the Jordanian capital Amman. Thousands of Jordanians marched towards Jordanian Prime Minister's office asking for the Israeli Ambassador to Jordan to be expelled as Israel's offensive in Gaza continues. (AFP/Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
In this handout image supplied by the Palestinian Press office (PPO), President Mahmoud Abbas meets with King Abdullah II of Jordan, on July 24, 2014 in Amman, Jordan. (Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
In this handout image supplied by the Palestinian Press office (PPO), President Mahmoud Abbas meets with King Abdullah II of Jordan, on July 24, 2014 in Amman, Jordan. (Getty Images)
Jordanians for Palestine
Mr. Mahmoud Daifallah Mahmoud Hmoud Representative of Jordan to the United Nations speaks during a Security Council meeting at the UN on July 22, 2014 in New York City. The Israeli operation in the Gaza Strip is entering the third week with 27 Israeli's dead and over 500 people killed in Gaza, the vast majority being civilians. (Getty Images)