Jordan is on the brink of a volcano, a massive revolution is escalating for the sake of Palestine, and the Gulf is responding!

Jordan condemned the desperate attempts of the Palestinian Hamas movement to incite against the Jordanian state by distracting the compass and distracting the focus.

Calls for incitement from Hamas continue inside Jordan in light of American reports talking about the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in incitement.
In his speech via video technology, during a women’s event in the Jordanian capital, Amman, the head of the Hamas movement abroad, Khaled Meshaal, called for millions to take to the streets in a way that he described as sustainable.
Such a speech raises questions about the Jordanian street in Hamas’s calculations, and analysts considered Meshaal’s speech another explicit call from the movement to expand the scope of chaos in the region.

Meshaal said that “the masses of the nation must engage in the battle of Al-Aqsa Flood,” and that “the blood of this nation should mix with the blood of the people of Palestine until it attains honor and resolves this conflict in our favor, God Almighty willing.”
He described the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood as “historic and decisive,” and that “the resistance is fine despite the ferocity of the battle, and despite the “cruel pain” of what is happening in Gaza, “this motivates us more to engage in the battle.”

A report by Sky News Arabia said: Meshaal’s speech followed the visit of a Hamas delegation to Tehran. Last Wednesday, accounts affiliated with the military media of the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, reproduced an audio clip of the brigades’ leader, Muhammad Deif, in which he called on the Muslim peoples to march. Towards Palestine, saying: “Do not let borders, regulations, or restrictions deprive you of the honor of jihad and participating in the liberation of Al-Aqsa Mosque.”
A guest mentioned the peoples of countries, including Jordan, Egypt, Algeria and Morocco.

Saudi accounts affiliated with the government launched an organized campaign to attack the demonstrations of the Israeli embassy in Jordan.

Saudi accounts launched the hashtag “With you, Jordan” on the “X” platform, and began inciting against the demonstrators and insulting them.

Tweeters participating in the hashtag launched a violent attack on the resistance movement “Hamas” and the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan, accusing them of inflaming the street.

The Saudi accounts claimed that the Hamas movement wanted, through the demonstrations, to ignite Jordan and drag it into violence.

Saudi activists circulated pictures and previous scenes of clashes between young men and security forces, which they claimed were taken during the embassy demonstrations, even though the video was taken about two years ago.

Saudi accounts called on the Jordanian government to “strike with an iron hand” to disperse the demonstrators and arrest them.

The Saudi campaign coincided with increasing incitement in Jordan against the marches, and calls for arrest and withdrawal of citizenship.

The Jordanian government launched an organized campaign to incite the massive demonstrations taking place around the Israeli embassy in Amman a week ago.

On Friday, Government Communications Minister Muhannad Moubaideen said, criticizing the demonstrations and the Hamas movement: “We hope that the brothers among the leaders in the Hamas movement will provide their advice and prayers for the necessity of preserving peace and for the steadfastness of the people in the Gaza Strip.”


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