Tag Archives: #June5

Protests Announced For Naksa Day

Wednesday June 01, 2011 10:44 by Kevin Murphy – IMEMC and Agencies Refugees are preparing for a second display of mass civil disobedience on June 5th as part of commemorations of “Naksa Day”. Palestinian refugees plan to once again gather at Israel’s borders between Syria and Lebanon in a repeat of actions taken on Nakba […]

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Palestinian Youth… New Hope for Near Return

  Sara Taha | Al Manar It has been 63 years since the UK handed over Palestine to Zionist gangs allowing them to forcibly exile the Palestinian natives from their homes and establish a racist state that overpowers and terrorizes all its neighboring countries. Time flew by and the Palestinian dispersed community has been conducting […]

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Israeli police to act as ‘offensive initiator’ as expected protests near

[ 31/05/2011 – 01:56 PM ] NAZARETH, (PIC)– Israeli police say they are gearing to deal with potentially violent clashes with Palestinians in the coming days, claiming they will have to act as an “offensive initiator” to cope with the “national challenge”. Incoming police commissioner Yohanan Danino said that “the area of friction between the […]

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Palestinians to march on Israel borders Sunday #Jun5

  Palestinians will march on Israel’s borders from neighbouring Arab states on Sunday to mark the 1967 Six Day War, a top Fatah commander said, calling on the United Nations to protect the protesters AFP , Tuesday 31 May 2011 | Ahram Online “We, who hope to return to our lands in Palestine, are planning […]

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Why June 5 matters

30 May 2011 | Palestine News Network – Joe Catron  | International Solidarity Movement I gasped as the first bullet struck a young man standing a few paces ahead of me. Watching him crumple to the ground, I struggled for breath and fought my natural urge to run. “Allahu Akbar!”, the crowd roared around me. […]

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