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There's this guy reading foxnews.com headlines here so much going on in the Middle East affect we're gonna get to our reporter now -- nine and she is joining us live from on line.
They're demonstrators out Reno for Friday prayer in various countries.
On the in -- there in Amman Jordan Hill last week to protest spirit got violence so far this week it are they peaceful.
That's rare though that purchase is really were calling for peaceful sit -- today we.
We're live -- on the scene at the time when police Kynan Forney human chain to separate both the pro.
Government and anti government supporters on both sides.
Now what these guys are calling for they don't want to see -- removed as -- the other Arab countries without asking for the leaders to completely stepped down they're happy with him to stay.
Here in Jordan but they want to remove a lot of the powers from -- they want a new constitution they want the ability to democratically elected their own leaders.
And they say they'll continue this protest until 10 o'clock tonight.
To keep the pressure on the government here to ensure that they follow win.
With these demands also.
What we're also following in the region in Syria very interesting today in Damascus we saw on reports of as many as four people were killed.
Clashes there with -- pro west side pro government security forces that's an interesting.
Situation to watch -- Bell and here's why the fact in Syria we really haven't seen thousands and thousands of people take to the capital of Damascus like we did.
It Egypt's it's -- square in Cairo.
President sides still maintains control of the capital but the fact that there were these death today.
-- signify that there is some controversy brewing in the pressure is mounting in Syria but a lot of analysts we spoke and -- them -- -- believe that aside will hold on to power a lot longer.
And the rest of the other Arab leaders have.
Boy and then of course would it would I don't know if you know much about in Pakistan this we're reading your foxnews.com.
They kill kill at least.
Eight people in at a Koran burning up protests in Afghanistan.
You know about that rain -- your other -- you may.
I -- know I I.
I did hear about that in fact and -- you -- you can see how there's all this aired sentiment a lot of pressure in the air world especially related to Islam there's concern.
Will some of these countries also in the Middle East become more radicalized.
-- turn more towards.
Many Islamic nation of these countries it's uncertain as much as people may not have liked.
People like Mubarak Hosni Mubarak in Egypt or even president aside in Syria -- -- able to maintain some sort of cohesion it you know it's not chaos in the region and -- a lot of people point to that as a reason why that.
People like -- should remain.
In power but again these protesters continue putting the pressure on demanding that a -- resign and also in Yemen are watching very interesting situation there today -- A lot of pro president's supporters took to the streets thousands and thousands of back.
Supporting that the president there to remain.
In power but there's still a lot of pressure for him to step down.
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