After the near-disastrous attack on the Israeli embassy in Egypt, organizers in Jordan are planning a "million-man march" to descend upon the Israeli embassy in Amman. The protestors' stated objectives are to emulate the Egyptians in breaking into the Israeli embassy and tear down the Israeli flag.
Although the protest leaders didn't specify explicit intent to harm Israeli diplomats stationed there, the previous incident in Egypt doesn't provide much optimism for peaceful protests or an absence of violence.
Unlike in Egypt, Jordan has already begun to implement significant security arrangements to ensure that a repeat of the Egypt debacle doesn't materialize in their own country. According to international law, a government must provide embassies with adequate security measures to ensure the safety and protection of foreign nationals residing in the host country in question.
Let's hope the Jordanians succeed where the Egyptians failed.
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