Jordanian activists slam Arab countries' stance on Al-Aqsa Mosque
Jordan's professional associations on Saturday slammed what they described as a weak stance demonstrated by some Arab governments and regimes in the face of " Israeli violations" against Al-Aqsa Mosque, Xinhua reported.
"It is unfortunate to see the weak position of some governments and the collaboration of others in the face of violations against Al-Aqsa," head of Jordan's Professional Pssociations' Council, Abdullah Obeidat, said at the opening of a conference held in support of Al-Aqsa.
During the conference, which brought about unionists, opposition parties representatives and other activists, Obeidat criticized banning the public from "taking actions that serve the issues of Arabs and Muslims."
Renewing criticism for what they described as a "silent official position" over Israeli violations against Al-Aqsa Mosque, participants said: "The mosque and Jerusalem need the support of all in the face of the cruel Zionist aggression against them."
Participants also called for taking actions to support Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Jerusalemites.
The Kingdom's 14 professional associations have been spearheading efforts to scrap the Wadi Araba peace treaty Jordan and Israel signed in 1994 and they repeatedly call for severing all ties with Israel.