#PalHunger | Student march in solidarity with the striking prisoners


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[ PIC 14/02/2013 – 06:19 PM ]

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JENIN, (PIC)– Students in Arraba village, south of Jenin, have organized on Thursday morning a mass student march in solidarity with Palestinian captives in Israeli jails.

Teachers of students have participated in the demonstration, calling for more solidarity and supportive events with the prisoners on hunger strike who are at risk of dying.

The participants denounced the international community negative position towards the prisoners’ issue.

The students have greeted the hunger strikers’ steadfastness, stressing that they are fighting for the nation’s dignity.


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