Jordanian pro-democracy movement continues


This video is called March 24 2011 Amman Jordan Protest.

From the New York Times in the USA:

Protesters Set Up Camp in Jordan’s Capital

By RANYA KADRI and ISABEL KERSHNER

Published: April 1, 2011

AMMAN, Jordan — Hundreds of demonstrators calling for reform rallied late into the evening in the Jordanian capital on Friday, a week after riot police officers and government supporters violently broke up a rally and a protest camp, leaving one man dead and scores injured.

This Friday’s demonstration, by contrast, went on for several hours without intervention, though the reformists planned to stay on at their new location, the downtown Municipality Square, into the night.

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