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March in Gaza demands release of 4 kidnapped youths in Egypt

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Thousands of Palestinian marched late Friday in al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza Strip in solidarity with the four kidnapped Gazan youths in Egypt and in support of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.

In his speech at the event, Director General of the Internal Security Forces Major General Tawfiq Abu Naim called on Egyptian authorities to release the four kidnapped youths as they were traveling via Rafah crossing for treatment and study purposes.

The four kidnapped youths’ case is one of our top priorities, he stressed, calling for an immediate end to their suffering.

On the other hand, Abu Naim pointed out that Palestinian administrative detainees’ number has reached 1,000 in Israeli jails following Jerusalem Intifada.

Several prisoners are completely isolated in Israeli jails, while hundreds others suffer different health problems, dozens of them suffer chronic diseases, Abu Naim added.

For his part, the leader in Hamas Movement Mussa Abu Samak stressed the necessity of releasing the four abducted men and ending their suffering.

Relatives of the abducted four youths have also participated in the event, demanding the safe return of their sons.

 
 
 
 
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