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Hamas calls on Palestinian masses to participate in Friday march towards Sufa
Hamas calls on Palestinian masses to participate in Friday march towards Sufa
In the context of its anti-siege activities, the Hamas Movement called on the Palestinian masses in Gaza to participate in the march of "challenge to break the siege" heading at noon Friday towards the Israeli-controlled Sufa border crossing, east of Rafah.
Tuesday, May 27,2008 19:46
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In the context of its anti-siege activities, the Hamas Movement called on the Palestinian masses in Gaza to participate in the march of "challenge to break the siege" heading at noon Friday towards the Israeli-controlled Sufa border crossing, east of Rafah.

The Hamas information office invited all media outlets to cover the massive march, adding that the march comes within the activities organized to break the unjust Israeli siege imposed on Gaza in light of the Arab and international silence and with the aim of confirming the Palestinian people"s rejection to be submissive and subservient to the will of the Israeli occupation.

The IOF troops killed a Palestinian young man and wounded a dozen others in the Mintar crossing, east of the Gaza city, last Thursday during their participation in a peaceful march organized by Hamas in protest at the Israeli siege. 


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