A March began in front of the Al Husseini Mosque in downtown Amman after Friday prayers, in solidarity with the children and the people of Aleppo in Syria.
Hundreds of Jordanians participated in the march called by the Islamic movement, youth, popular movement, under the slogan "support the people of the Syrian city of Aleppo," and chanted slogans condemning the massacres committed by the Assad regime's forces and the Russian and Iranian sectarian militias, including "We are chanting from Amman, No Hezbollah No Iran ", " What a shame what a shame Aleppo burned with fire, " "O Mighty decimate the criminal Bashar", and another calling for Arab states to "move to save Aleppo city."
The organizers of the march said it comes "to stand by the thousands trapped in the city of Aleppo, who are subjected to mass murder at the hands of regime forces and its allies."
Participants in the march denounced the continuation of the Arab and international silence towards crimes and massacres in Aleppo, calling for urgent action to support the people of the city.
The city of Aleppo is witnessing a fierce unprecedent campaign by Assad's forces, Russian forces, and Iranian militias, with all kinds of weapons, and led to the killing and wounding of hundreds of civilians and the displacement of thousands.