'Enemy Invasion': Jordanians slam $10bn deal with Israel

Protesters in Jordan calling deal, which will see Israel provide $10bn worth of gas to the country, an 'enemy invasion'.

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    Protesters in Jordan are decrying a deal that will see Israel pump $10bn worth of gas into the country, calling it an "enemy invasion". 

    Although Jordan has a peace treaty with Israel, it is also home to the largest population of Palestinians outside the Occupied Territories.

     

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim has been speaking to those rallying against the deal in Amman, Jordan.


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