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A comprehensive strike in the West Bank to protest the crimes of the occupation

2022-08-09T11:03:23.310Z

Occupied Jerusalem, SANA- A comprehensive strike took place today in the cities and towns of the West Bank in protest against the crimes of the Israeli occupation



Occupied Jerusalem-SANA

Today, a comprehensive strike pervaded the cities and towns of the West Bank in protest against the continuing Israeli occupation crimes against the Palestinians.

The Palestinian Wafa Agency stated that the strike called by the Palestinian National Liberation Movement (Fatah) included all aspects of life to denounce the crimes of the occupation, the most recent of which was the crime it committed in the old city of Nablus today, which resulted in the death of three Palestinians and wounding of dozens.

The movement said in a statement that the blood of its sons, the martyrs Ibrahim al-Nabulsi, Islam Sabbouh, Hussein Taha and others, will not be in vain, and the occupation will not affect the determination and will of the Palestinian people, who will remain on the covenant and continue their resistance until the liberation of the Palestinian land and its capital, Jerusalem.

And the movement continued: “Since the silence of the world on the occupation of Palestine and our people, dreams of freedom, life and salvation from occupation will not stop in the veins of its children, despite oppression, injustice, escalation and aggression.” Confrontation and challenge despite every targeting aimed at undermining our resolve, adhering to our principles and our firm belief in the inevitability of continuous struggle until victory and the wresting of freedom and independence.

Fatah called for demonstrations in the cities and towns of the West Bank this afternoon.

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Source: sena

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