Sit-in to support of the Amman bombing victims TODAY, MONDAY 11 AM in front of parliament

I have just read on Batir’s blog, that a-sit in will be held by the relatives of Amman bombing victims will be held today Monday at 11 am, to protest the ‘pro Zarqawi’ behavior of the four Islamic Action Front deputies.

Be there..


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6 Responses to “Sit-in to support of the Amman bombing victims TODAY, MONDAY 11 AM in front of parliament”

  1. Natalia Says:

    I’m so proud of you guys for doing this. I wish we had more conscientious people like this here in North Carolina, I really do. Hope it goes well. It’s nighttime in the U.S. right now, so I’ll be asleep when it happens. I really hope that a lot of people will show up for this.

  2. Jad’s thoughts » Sit-in to support of the Amman bombing victims TODAY, MONDAY 11 AM in front of parliament Says:

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  3. wedad Says:

    Jordan is the best :D

  4. Rantings of a Sandmonkey » Jordanian bloggers protest pro-zarqawi behaviour Says:

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  5. Al-hajeji. Says:

    What does pro-zarqawi suppose to mean?
    Does it means that these are men that oppose any kind of occupation and believe that a man has to defend islam and his honour?

    Anti-Zarqawi? Are these are a bunch of secular, israeli supporting anti-islamic, wannabe arab christians.

    I appreciate any answer.

    And to all those with short memory: Zarqawi posted an audio after that bombing saying that the innocents killed were collateral damage and the target (who was a mosad agent) was in the next building, however the explosives were so strong it collapsed the hotel.

    I believe there are two sides to a story. Never judge a person by his race or religion but by their judgements and intentions.

    If the iraqis hated zarqawi, then why did they support him from the very beginning? Why is he so popular that the majority are calling him a martyr for islam?
    These are questions you have to ask.
    Never trust everything that you read…

  6. Top Blogs » Amman Sit-in to Protest Pro-Zarqawi Deputies’ Statements Says:

    [...] 360East, a Jordanian blog, announces that there will be a peaceful demonstration at the Parliament Building in Amman on Monday. It reports that “a-sit in will be held by the relatives of Amman bombing victims will be held today Monday at 11 am, to protest the ‘pro Zarqawi’ behavior of the four Islamic Action Front deputies.” [...]

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