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On 33rd day of hunger strike, angry protests to sweep Palestine

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Gaza19May11GAZA (PNIC):-Different areas of the occupied Palestinian territories are expected to see angry protests on Friday afternoon in solidarity with the hunger-striking prisoners, who entered day 33 of their open-ended strike in Israeli jails.

The Palestinian resistance factions in the Gaza Strip have already called on citizens in all areas of Palestine to participate today in massive popular angry protests they dubbed as the day of anger in all flashpoints in the West Bank, Jerusalem and Gaza.

In a news conference held in Gaza on Thursday, a spokesman for the resistance factions warned Israeli jailers that “if any hunger striker gets hurt in their prisons, the factions’ armed wing will not stand idly by.”

“If the peaceful activities have proved useless with such arrogant enemy, which only understands the language of force, then we are ready to speak with it in its own language,” the spokesman said.

 
 
 
 
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