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Arab League to Hold Emergency Meeting Over «Israeli» Sniper Killings in Gaza
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The Arab League will hold an emergency meeting in Cairo on Tuesday at the level of permanent representatives of the organization to discuss the killing of Palestinian demonstrators by "Israeli" snipers deployed to the besieged Gaza Strip, media reported Sunday.

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Palestinian diplomats called for an emergency meeting on Sunday, the Egyptian agency MENA reported.

The Arab League's Assistant Secretary-General for Palestinian Affairs Said Abu Ali told the agency that the League would discuss "‘Israel's' crimes against peaceful Palestinian protesters" during the meeting.

On Friday, a mass protest, which is expected to last for over a month, started along the "Israeli" border to attract attention to the problem of Palestinian refugees.

During the first day of protests 15 protesters were martyred and there were reports of over 1,400 injured. A number of foreign activists have accused the "Israeli" entity of disproportionate use of force against protesters and called for an investigation. At the same time the "Israeli" side claimed that it had responded to violent actions of the Palestinians.

The Palestinian protest dubbed "The Great Return March," that kicked off on Friday, is expected to end on May 15, when Palestinians will commemorate the Nakba (disaster in Arabic), ethnic cleansing and forced relocation of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians after the founding of the entity in 1948.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

02-04-2018 | 12:28

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