Several thousand Jordanian demonstrators took to the streets in Amman and other main cities Friday to demand political reforms and criticize attacks on peaceful protesters, DPA reported.
About 4,000 people demonstrated outside the Grand Husseini Mosque in central Amman after Friday prayers.
Participants in the march led by the Muslim Brotherhood expressed frustration at the security forces' failure to protect a rally last week in Mafraq, a city 60 kilometres north-east of Amman.
The Muslim Brotherhood said dozens of activists were injured and the group's headquarters in Mafraq was burnt, in an attack they blamed on a "pro-government mob."
Demonstrators criticized the government for its failure to issue a statement condemning the assault.
Protests were also held in the cities of Tafileh, Karak, Shobak, Jerash, Irbid, Salt and Ajloun.