Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
Palestine
Protestors unite in Jordan demanding the severing of Israeli ties.
Protestors unite in Jordan demanding the severing of Israeli ties.
Friday witnessed protestors in Jordan taking to the streets, and the calling for the severing of diplomatic relations with Israel and the expelling of the Israeli ambassador from Amman in light of clashes between Palestinian worshipers and Israeli troops over the past week near al-Aqsa Mosque.
Saturday, October 10,2009 20:00
IkhwanWeb

Friday witnessed protestors in Jordan taking to the streets, and the calling for the severing  of diplomatic relations with Israel and the expelling of the Israeli ambassador from Amman in light of clashes between Palestinian worshipers and Israeli troops over the past week near al-Aqsa Mosque. Jewish radicals broke into the al-Aqsa Mosque area, in Jerusalem which is sacred to both Muslims and Jews. Some Palestinians and several Israeli police were injured during the clashes.

Many participants from different movements united in solidarity demonstrating their disgust and anger of the Israeli aggression. Muslim Brotherhood Hammam Saeed said Jordan should cut all ties with Israel and annul the Wadi Arab peace treaty the two sides signed in 1994. He continued "I call on the Arabs to end the useless peace negotiations and I urge the Palestinians to resort to Intifada (uprising) in the face of the Israeli aggressions and violations against al-Aqsa and the Old City of Jerusalem. Today is the day of anger".

Protestors chanted many slogans and called on Hamas to liberate Jerusalem burning Israeli flags. They continued angrily labeling Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as a "traitor" calling on him to step down blaming him for the delayed vote on Goldstone's report that highlights the alleged war crimes by Israel against the Palestinians during the 22-day Israeli offensive on Gaza that began on Dec. 27, 2008. Demonstrators were angry with allegations that Abbas and the PLO had been pressured into requesting the postponing of the vote on Goldstone's report.

They insisted they be heard and their wishes respected beseeching the governments not to silent the protestors allowing them to vent their anger. One thing was for sure and that is all protestors from all movements demanded the cancelling of the peace treaty since the Israeli's failed to respect the charters.

 

tags: Jordan / Aqsa / Muslim Brotherhood / Protestor / Gaza / Abbas / PLO / Goldstone
Posted in Palestine  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Related Articles
Muslim Brotherhood's statement on Al-Aqsa Mosque’s latest incidents
Al-Qaradawi Calls for Friday to be “A Day of Anger
Morsy calls for a national “uprising to save Al-Aqsa
Israeli police threaten to use force to quell Palestinians inside Aqsa Mosque
Al-Aqsa foundation: A new Israeli tunnel built under the Aqsa Mosque
Thousands of Turks demonstrate against Israeli attempt to storm the Aqsa
Resheq: Israeli crime in the Aqsa Mosque meant to destroy it
IOA turns Jerusalem into army barracks, blocks worshipers from heading to Aqsa
Jordan: IAF condemn the deafening silence of Arab leaders over invasion by Israelis troops of the Aqsa Mosque.
Mufti of Palestine warns of massacre inside the Aqsa Mosque
Al-Aqsa, the ultimate red line
Sabri: Israeli break-ins at the Aqsa Mosque intended for dividing it
Timeline of Jewish terrorists designs against the Aqsa Mosque
Jewish fanatic settlers storm the Aqsa Mosque
Abu Sha’ar: Jerusalem and Aqsa are facing most dangerous scheme since 1948
Abu Sha’ar: Jerusalem and Aqsa are facing most dangerous scheme since 1948
Judaizing Jerusalem, Closing The Aqsa Foundation
Extremist Jewish groups make prayers to the south of the Aqsa Mosque
May 15: Day of Anger For Al-Aqsa Mosque
MB in Jordan Call On Practical Measures To Defend Al-Aqsa Mosque