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Sit-in to support of the Amman bombing victims TODAY, MONDAY 11 AM in front of parliament

I have just read on 360east blog and Batir?s blog, that a-sit in will be held by the relatives of Amman bombing victims will be held today Monday at 11 am, to protest the ?pro Zarqawi? behavior of the four Islamic Action Front deputies.

Be there..

[tags] protest, amman, jordan, bombing, victims [/tags]

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  1. well may god keep jordan in peace
    hope there will be no more killing here or anywhere :)

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  2. I cannot be there in body, but will be there in spirit.

    Naturalblu, I too hope there will be no more killings.

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