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Nablus protest demands end of PA sanctions on Gaza

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Noor48NABLUS (PNIC):-Dozens of Palestinians activists marched through the streets of Nablus, to the north of occupied West Bank, demanding an end to the PA sanctions imposed on the Gaza Strip.

During the protest, the participants raised banners calling for lifting PA sanctions on Gaza, reinforcing Palestinian unity, and ending the internal division.

Earlier this month, thousands of people demonstrated in Ramallah’s main square after artists, journalists and activists issued calls to protest in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza, where more than 130 persons were killed and thousands more have been injured by Israeli snipers since the Great March of Return began on March 30.

Other protests followed in Bethlehem, Beirut, and Amman to call for an end to PA President Mahmoud Abbas’ punitive measures imposed on the besieged Gaza Strip for over a year.

 
 
 
 
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