Secretary General of the Jordanian Islamic Action Front Hamza Mansour, left, speaks during a press conference regarding the Islamic movement boycott of the upcoming parliamentary electi

 

              Secretary General of the Jordanian Islamic Action Front Hamza Mansour, left, speaks during a press conference regarding the Islamic movement boycott of the upcoming parliamentary electi
Secretary General of the Jordanian Islamic Action Front Hamza Mansour, left, speaks during a press conference regarding the Islamic movement boycott of the upcoming parliamentary elections in Amman, Jordan, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2012. Jordan’s largest opposition group says it is keeping its boycott of the upcoming parliamentary elections, but warns it will escalate its “peaceful” rejection of reforms pursued by King Abdullah II. The Jan. 23 elections could set the stage for a possible showdown between Abdullah and the opposition, led by the Islamic Action Front, the political arm of the powerful Muslim Brotherhood. (AP Photo/Mohammad Hannon)