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’Israel’ Threatens to Hit Hamas Leaders if Rallies Continue
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The "Israeli" regime in Tel Aviv warned that the Zionist occupation forces will target senior officials of the Palestinian Hamas resistance movement in the Gaza Strip if cross-border protests show no signs of abating.

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The developments came after at least 59 Palestinians were martyred and more than 2,700 others injured in confrontations with the Zionist forces in Gaza on Monday after the opening of the US Embassy in the occupied holy city of al-Quds.

Meanwhile, Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the country's army and police have been put on high alert after the Gaza protests and ahead of the commemoration by Palestinians of the 70th anniversary of Nakba Day, an annual event marking the Palestinian exodus of 1948.

Since March 30, Palestinians have been holding mass rallies near the Gaza Strip border, known as the Great March of Return.

The protesters insist on the right of return for Palestinians displaced during the war after the Zionist regime imposed its presence on the Palestinian lands in 1948.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

15-05-2018 | 12:01

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