A Naksa Inside Another!


As part of our ongoing activities to fight the illegal occupation, we along with other youth groups, marched to erez crossing in commemoration of Naksa day “1967 6-day war”. Around 12 pm, ISM activists along with 10s of Palestinians gathered in beit hannon to march straight to the buffer zones. After continuous threats by the local government, protesters set up a tent 1 km away from the wall of shame. At 1 pm, Palestinian Police dispersed crowds of people who tried to join in with our protest. Protesters were violently stuffed in police cars, shouted at and attacked, on the charge of commemorating a day once thought of as a spark for any Arab revolution. We unequivocally condemn such organized abuse and call for authorities to start for once, a dependent investigation. Relatively, the ministry of interior denied permission of a protest in solidarity with Palestinian detainees, that was to take place in Gaza city at 11 am. They systematic violation of our right to protest comes after Hamas and fateh signed a reconciliation deal in Cairo last month. Since then, nothing has changed on the ground. Cracking down of protesters has become a sport for Police personal in Gaza. Our struggle continues despite setbacks and downfalls, our voice have torn down the wall of indifference, and bias.

  1. #1 by Herman on June 7, 2011 - 6:25 am

    Dear friend.

    My compliments about your video and work.
    We are building a Palestine portal on the web and will be posting soon this video to show the world.
    Please keep us informed.

    SUMUD

    Herman,
    the Netherlands

  2. #2 by Kimberley Davidson on June 7, 2011 - 9:17 am

    Sending you all my sincerest best wishes and prayers from Edinburgh, Scotland. X

  3. #3 by Tipene on June 14, 2011 - 8:44 am

    I am trying to find out more about Gaza as some of my family members are considering moving to Gaza. Please keep yourselves safe. From New Zealand viewer.

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