Jordanian policemen protect anti-government protesters after pro-government supporters pelted them with stones, injuring six people during a protest at the camp in central Amman, Jordan, Friday, March, 25, 2011. Hundreds of Jordanians set up a protest camp in a main square in the capital on Thursday to press demands for the ouster of the prime minister and wider public freedoms. (AP Photo/Nader Daoud)
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) -- A Jordanian police official says a man wearing an explosive belt was arrested as he tried to enter the office of Jordan's largest opposition group.
The official said the man was being questioned after what appeared to be a planned attack on the Amman headquarters of the Islamic Action Front, the political arm of the powerful Muslim Brotherhood.
He declined to provide other details and insisted on anonymity in line with standing police regulations.
Islamic Action Front leaders were not immediately available for comment.