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Calls for tweeting on “Jerusalem Electronic Day”

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Gaza11Jan2ISTANBUL (PNIC):-The Popular Conference of the Palestinians Abroad (PCPA) on Thursday evening has launched a popular electronic campaign under the theme “Jerusalem Electronic Day” in support of Occupied Jerusalem and in protest at the US recognition of the holy city as the capital of Israel.

The campaign also aims at carrying on protests across Arab, Muslim and international countries against the US unjust decision on Jerusalem.

According to PCPA, tweeting kicked off on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the hashtag “Jerusalem brings us together”. The campaign includes twitter rooms all over the world.

The next following day of the campaign is going to witness field solidarity events in a number of Muslim and Arab states.

The campaign called for taking advantage of all electronic media means to support the holy city, including blogging and writing articles as well as producing more pro-Jerusalem info graphics and videos.

The campaign urges participants to take Selfies and post them along with the campaign’s hashtag and the name of the country in which they were captured. It also asks people across the world to participate in the massive marches slated to be held on Friday.

 
 
 
 
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