Jordan's Tahrir as peaceful protesters speak out for progress
"The moment I read the news about the sit-in I knew that sh!t will hit the fan, as much as I knew that the sh!t we are in will not only get deeper but will also splatter all over the walls. The location and the date identifier meant that “the-protest-then-go-home” era was over, at least for this specific group. The sit-it, to me, read: Tahrir Square in Amman, so please, reform NOW, reform yesterday."
Jordan’s choice: democracy & unity, vs. fascist thuggery
Which Jordan do you want to live in - you decide!
The peaceful though evidently provocative youth protesting using path of least resistance
or counter camp thuggish 'Loyalists' brandishing knives and stones.