Hamas reiterated yesterday that the Great March of Return protests will not stop until the 11-year Israeli siege on the Strip is lifted, Al-Wattan Voice reported.
RT PalestineChron "#Palestinians take part in the Great March of #Return on Friday 21 September 2018 to the east of Al-Burij refugee camp. One Palestinian was killed and 312 others were injured. (Photos by Abdallah Aljamal, the Palestine Chronicle). pic.twitter.com/BalUoDMniM"
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The movement’s spokesman Abdel-Lattif Al-Qanou said that the protests “are not connected to seasons or timetable, but they are continuous until the end of the siege.”
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— Mustafa Moosa Darsot (@mmdarsot) September 25, 2018
“The Palestinian people are ready to use every tool in their battle with the Israeli occupation, including the peaceful tools if they lead to achieving Palestinian rights.”
The Hamas official said that the protests are expanding and moving from place to place and their tools are developing, stressing that “the main goal is to lift the Israeli restrictions and achieve freedom of Gaza residents.”
(MEMO, PC, Social Media)