Memorandum to the prime minister to release 67 resistance supporters

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AMMAN — The Islamic Action Front (IAF) party has called on Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh to issue a special amnesty, releasing 67 detainees convicted of supporting the Palestinian resistance with arms. This initiative aims to restore rights unjustly seized by the Zionist enemy in Palestine, a response to the ongoing brutal war on Gaza, Jo 24 reported.اضافة اعلان

In a memorandum addressed to the Prime Minister, party Secretary-General Engineer Murad Al-Adaileh emphasized the urgency of this action in light of the heinous war waged by the Zionist enemy against the people of Gaza. He highlighted the resilience and steadfastness of the Palestinian resistance, countering Zionist ambitions in Palestine, Jordan, and the entire Arab region.

The memorandum, aligning with official discourse and fulfilling national and religious duties, addresses the need to confront Zionist threats, especially the forced displacement of Palestinians to Jordan. It also responds to the enemy's initiatives, including the arming of settlers, detailed in the memorandum.

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