Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of the Jordanian capital Amman on Friday (June 21), protesting against Hezbollah's involvement in the Syrian conflict.
The protesters, who were mostly members of the Muslim brotherhood and other opposition groups, chanted slogans and held posters in support of the Syrian rebels.
Hezbollah has been sending reinforcements to the government of president Bashar al-Assad and Hezbollah fighters recently helped the regime reclaim the border town of Al Qusayr.
Jordan maintains an open-border policy, and hosts over 500,000 Syrians in the country.
More than 93,000 people have been killed in the two-year-old Syrian conflict that has turned into a confrontation between Shi'ite Iran, which supports President Bashar al-Assad, and Sunni Arab Gulf nations, which back the Syrian rebels.
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