Angry Jordanian protesters poured out into the streets to condemn the government’s plan to sign a multi-billion-dollar gas deal with Israel.
Members of various political groups as well as ordinary citizens took part in the Friday protest rallies, press tv reported.
The protesters called the plan a deal of shame, saying the government is contributing to Israeli crimes against Palestinians.
They also accused Prime Minister Abdullah al-Nassour of “stealing the reserves of Palestinians.”
Several protests have been held against the 15-billion-dollar deal over the past few weeks.
Amman claims that the agreement could help avert drastic problems such as daily power cuts or rising electricity bills.
Based on the yet-to-be finalized deal, Jordan would get 45 billion cubic meters of gas over a 15-year period.