Today's Protest in Amman | مظاهرة اليوم في عمَان

الجمعة 28 كانون الثاني 2011

Photo by Mahmoud Al Hamawi | تصوير محمود الحموي

Photo by Mahmoud Al Hamawi | تصوير محمود الحموي

Photo by Mahmoud Al-Hamawi | تصوير محمود الحموي

Photo by Ali Abunimah |تصوير علي أبو نعمة

Photo by Dina Batshon | تصوير دينا بطشون

Photo by Dina Batshon | تصوير دينا بطشون

Photo by Dina Batshon | تصوير دينا بطشون

عمان – وسط البلد، ٢٨ يناير | Downtown Amman, Jan, 28

  • Samahhijawi

    how many were there?

  • Samahhijawi

    how many were there?

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  • FH

    More MB flags than Jordanian ones. Nice to know that Jordan’s interests are oh so obviously represented! LOL

  • shamber

    great event & togather to make new goverment..
    our greeting to wehda party

  • Mkh Alabadi1984

    سيدنا ابوحسين والردن وظنا والي موعجبة يترك هل بلاد

  • Jordan

    I heard the news conference for alwe7deh these guys are using socioeconomic reform as a mask for changing Jordan’s policy towards our regional policies, they want to get us in wars…. Shubeilat stood behind Sadam Hussein in the past, is that the kind of leader you aspire to become in our country. You and your friends will walk over my dead body before you convert the Jordan I love to a Jordan without a Hashemite King. Your model of democracy is fake and will fail. The more you scream infrint of the TV the more I feel you should be thrown in jail for good for trying to destabilize our Jordan. Do you really think anyone believes you when you say you want to save the monarchy, are you really giving the King an ultimatum, do you expect anyone will give you an iota of respect when you talk in that rude way.. I am not a thug nor driven by anyone in the government actually I agree on transparency with spending including that by the King and his family, I agree that Jordan’s land should be for all Jordanian people, and Dr Bakhits government said they are opening corruption files so they responded to you Mr Shubeilat.. The point is I can’t allow an opportunistic opposition figure to highjack these fair demands to accomplish personal revenge or regional agendas… I’m willing
    to give my life to keep Jordan the safe secure place that we all have known…. I understand people are full of emotions towards what’s happening in the region but really before supporting anyone think of how honest they are and whether or not they really want good for Jordan..
    What happened today in wasat ilbalad is a disgrace for every Jordanian, police officers watched thugs beating protesters and didn’t act properly… This can turn into a downward spiral and the King/PM should be aggressive with those who did itt including police officers who didn’t detain any thugs… Credibility of all is on the line, please act wisely and don’t give shubeilat any more fuel for what he is doing…