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May 2, 2016 / 24 Nisan, 5776
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Jordan’s million man march on Jerusalem


Arab sources are reporting several injured after some members of the Jordanian ‘Million Man March’ to “liberate Jerusalem” tried to cross the Jordan-Israel border. Jordanian authorities shot tear gas at the protesters.

Arab sources are claiming 1000 buses and 100,000 protesters arrived at the Jordan Valley town of Sweimeh 50 kilometers south of Amman and two kilometers from the Jordanian-Israeli border.

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