Over 1,000 marches and 1M citizens have demonstrated since Oct. 7

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AMMAN — On Sunday, the National Guidance and Media Committee met to discuss the role of media in supporting the Kingdom's official stance on the Gaza siege. According to the Minister of Interior, Mazan Al-Faraya, there have been over 1,000 marches since October 7, with more than one million citizens protesting against the siege of Gaza.اضافة اعلان

Furthermore, Faraya highlighted that 29 individuals have been detained for violating the law, assaulting public and private property, and attacking public security members, Khaberni reported.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Government Communications and government spokesperson, Muhannad Mubaideen reiterated the Kingdom's position on the siege of Gaza. He emphasized His Majesty King Abdullah's efforts in changing the Western narrative and garnering international support for a ceasefire, preventing displacement, and ensuring the continuous flow of humanitarian aid to Gaza.

The committee members stressed the importance of maintaining national security and strengthening the internal front to face challenges arising from Jordan's firm stance against the Gaza war. They commended security agencies for safeguarding citizens and organizing protests against Israeli aggression. Additionally, they praised the media's national stance and its coverage of Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip.

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