Jordan nationalist, leftist parties: Canceling Wadi Araba treaty popular demand
The coalition of nationalist and leftist parties in Jordan condemned all forms of normalization with the Israeli occupation at all levels.
The coalition of nationalist and leftist parties in Jordan affirmed Friday that the Palestinian people prove every day that they are the bearers of the torch of resistance.
In a statement, the coalition said the duality of resistance and will has proven its ability to bring down all settlement and abandonment projects.
The coalition stressed that the abolition of the "Wadi Araba treaty" and all its obligations has become a national and popular demand more than ever before, and condemned all forms of normalization with the Israeli occupation at all levels.
The statement condemned the Jordanian Ministry of Awqaf Islamic Affairs and Holy Places' decision to prevent I’tikaf [Islamic practice consisting of a period of staying in a mosque for a certain number of days] in Al-Aqsa Mosque, except in the last ten days of Ramadan, which gives an opportunity for the occupation to carry out its Talmudic rituals.
The coalition also saluted the heroic Palestinian people, stressing that the only language suitable for dealing with "Israel" is the language of resistance on the path to liberation.
Thousands of #Palestinians from #AlQuds gathered and showed their unconditional support for their city and #AlAqsa mosque against the assaults of the Israeli occupation.#AlAqsaUnderAttack pic.twitter.com/2TFxVIZaUr— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) April 15, 2022
Israeli occupation forces stormed Friday Al-Aqsa Mosque and tried to completely empty it of worshipers, which led to confrontations and resulted in the arrest of at least 400 Palestinians and the injury of more than 150.
A video showing the #Palestinian worshippers who were arrested by the Israeli occupation forces from Al-Qibli prayer hall in #AlAqsa Mosque.#AlQuds #Palestine #AlAqsaUnderAttack https://t.co/kZSWjMhLfD— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) April 15, 2022