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What happened in Al-Rabiyeh will not stay in al-rabiyeh - Part 1

This is part one of what I witnessed in Al-rabiyeh demonstration and the second part will be textual.

You can view all of the demonstration photos or enjoy the slide show


Angry protester throwing a stone at the riots police.
Protester throwing a stone at the police




Riots police lining up in a try to build a plastic wall against the stones and preparing to break down.
Riot police avoiding the stones & powering up to react




Protester chanting for Palestine
Protester signing for Palestine




Protester carrying the Palestinian flag trying to break down the police lines peacefully
Protester carrying the Palestinian flag trying to break down the police lines peacefully




Police reacted to demonstrators with water canons
Police reacted to demonstrators with water canons




Policemen and Demonstrators pushing each other peacefully
Policemen and Demonstrators pushing each other 'peacefully'




Policemen started to break down the demonstration after getting hit by stones, water bottles and stones
Policemen started to break down the demonstration after getting hit by stones, water bottles and stones




Civilian helping a demonstrator who apparently got hit by police
Civilian helping a demonstrator who apparently got hit by police.




Policemen running after the demonstrators
Policemen running after the demonstrators




Policemen running after the demonstrators
Police & activists trying to keep the 'peaceful pushing' under control




Demonstrators burning the Israeli flag
Demonstrators burning the Israeli flag




Policeman got hit by the demonstrators
Policeman got hit by the demonstrators




Break time [ No Kitkat this time]
Break time [ No kitkat this time ]



Make sure to check Majali's photos taken from different angle



Comments

  1. Great work Jad.

    Any word on how the riots started and why?

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  2. And .. so what good has been done by this demonstration?

    I have heard a bit about some demonstrations that are going on in al rabyah which have turned uncivilized but never got to see or read about what has happened.

    You have got some very good photography skills, thanks for sharing your photos with us.

    looking forward to read part 2.

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  3. I know someone who was in in last Friday's Rabieh demonstration and the one before it. He said the riot police attacked the demonstrators first in both cases. Is that true ?

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  4. Not to add suspense but lets wait for the second part.

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  5. Thanks for posting these pictures Jad, I was looking over the net for some good ones. Though I do respect Jordan police and public security but there actions during the protest was very stupid and ignorant.

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  6. [...] promised in part one here is the textual part, we tried to describe every thing witnessed and this is why we are posting [...]

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