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Protest for Syria in Jordan (6 of 21)
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
26 Oct 2012

A young boy sits atop his father's shoulder giving the victory sign. Men, women and children gathered together to pray and protest on the Muslim holiday, Eid al-Adha, on October 26. About 300 people protested across the street from the Syrian Embassy in Amman, Jordan, calling for the fall of President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Thousands gather outside the Grand Husseini Mosque in Amman, Jordan for a pro-government reform rally on October 5, 2012. The event was sponsored and organized by the Muslim Brotherhood

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Thousands gather outside the Grand Husseini Mosque in Amman, Jordan for a pro-government reform rally on October 5, 2012. The event was sponsored and organized by the Muslim Brotherhood

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Thousands gather outside the Grand Husseini Mosque in Amman, Jordan for a pro-government reform rally on October 5, 2012. The event was sponsored and organized by the Muslim Brotherhood

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Youth carry a Jordanian flag display during a government reform rally in Amman, Jordan on October 5, 2012.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Demonstrators wave flags during a government reform rally in Amman, Jordan on October 5, 2012.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Thousands gather outside the Grand Husseini Mosque in Amman, Jordan for a pro-government reform rally on October 5, 2012. The event was sponsored and organized by the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Thousands gather outside the Grand Husseini Mosque in Amman, Jordan for a pro-government reform rally on October 5, 2012. The event was sponsored and organized by the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

A man holds a banner outside the Grand Husseini Mosque in Amman, Jordan for a pro-government reform rally on October 5, 2012.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Thousands gather outside the Grand Husseini Mosque in Amman, Jordan for a pro-government reform rally on October 5, 2012. The event was sponsored and organized by the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Demonstrators call for the release of political prisoners at a pro-government reform rally on October 5, 2012 in Amman Jordan.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Jordanian riot police gather near a large Muslim Brotherhood government reform rally in Amman, Jordan on Oct. 5, 2012. Despite fears of violence, the event was overwhelmingly peaceful.

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Muslim Brotherhood Reform Rally in Am...
Amman, Jordan
By Mat Wolf
05 Oct 2012

Rooftop spectators watch a procession of Jordanian flags during a large government reform rally in downtown Amman, Jordan on October 5, 2012.

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March from the Mosque
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
22 Sep 2012

Pro-reform protestors march from Amman's Hussein Mosque after Friday prayer

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Free the Detained
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
21 Sep 2012

A protester calls for the release of activists who were arrested three weeks ago, holding a sign that reads, "No political arrests!" "Freedom!"

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Hands Up
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
21 Sep 2012

Demonstrators walk together in downtown Amman, calling for the release of activists who have been arrested in the past three weeks.

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Holding the line
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
21 Sep 2012

Police link arms ahead of the protest marchers. Jordan Police came out in large numbers — at least 200 strong — to ensure the demonstration stayed peaceful. Nonetheless, a few scuffles broke out.

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Change the system
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
21 Sep 2012

Protesters displayed signs and shouted slogans on a variety of subjects, from what they said was an increasing crackdown on freedom of expression to championing causes like free healthcare and free education

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Chanting loud
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
21 Sep 2012

Two young demonstrators march behind a sign that reads, "No repair under the grip of security."

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Protesting in Peace
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
21 Sep 2012

Friday's pro-reform demonstration, which drew about 300 protestors, was largely peaceful save for a few minor scuffles that broke out with pro-government supporters

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Held up
AMMAN, Jordan
By MattKauffman
21 Sep 2012

A reform protestor is held by police after a tussle broke out up a side street after the demonstration had ended.

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All together now
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
21 Sep 2012

Protestors sang loud and proud despite an increase in detainment of those criticizing the government, they said.

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Waiting to be Heard
Amman, Jordan
By MattKauffman
20 Sep 2012

A pro-reform protest leader stands on the fringes during noon prayer at Hussein Mosque. Demonstrators took to the streets to decry the arrest of political activists and launched thinly veiled criticisms of King Abdullah.

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Protest outside U.S. Embassy in Jordan
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Sep 2012

Demonstrators hold their fingers in the air, shouting “Mohammad’s army will be back.”

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Friday night unrest in front of the U...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Sep 2012

A protest of about 150 demonstrators gathered in front of the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan near dusk on September 14, condemning the now infamous YouTube video that insulted the Prophet Mohammad, and chanting anti-American slogans.

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Defending the Prophet Mohammad
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Sep 2012

One of the few woman in the crowd shakes her Koran at the U.S. Embassy in Amman. A protest of about 150 demonstrators gathered in front of the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan near dusk on September 14, condemning the now infamous YouTube video that insulted the Prophet Mohammad, and chanting anti-American slogans.

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Protest outside U.S. Embassy in Amman...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Sep 2012

A protest of about 150 demonstrators gathered in front of the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan near dusk on September 14, condemning the now infamous YouTube video that insulted the Prophet Mohammad, and chanting anti-American slogans.

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We Said Goodbye With Two Shoes
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Sep 2012

The crowd of about 150 each shakes an individual shoe in unison at the U.S. Embassy yelling, “We said goodbye to Bush with two shoes,” as a warning to Obama to be careful.