“We don’t want to die of thirst, but we don’t want to betray: normalization is a big betrayal.”

“We don’t want to die of thirst but we don’t want to betray; normalization is a big betrayal.”
“Let Wadi Araba Treaty fall.”

Yesterday, I participated in demonstrations in downtown Amman against the latest step taken by the Jordanian government to normalize relations with Israel through yet another U.S.-brokered deal, this one ostensibly as a response to climate change.

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Palestinian and righteously angry

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