2019-03-29 Israel-Palestine-Jordan||Palestinians Call For Mass Gaza Border Protests On Saturday
[Jpost] Factions in the Gazoo Strip are urging Paleostinians to participate in Saturday’s mass protests near the border with Israel afternoon prayers. The factions urged Paleostinians on Thursday to "maintain the peaceful and popular nature" of the protests, and said they don’t want to give Israel an excuse to use force against the demonstrators.|
Saturday’s protests marking the first anniversary of the "Great March of Return" weekly demonstrations coincides with Land Day, an annual day of commemoration of the events that took place in Israel in 1976 after the Israeli government’s decision to expropriate thousands of hectares in the Galilee.
The organizers said they are hoping that tens of thousands of Gazooks will join the mass protests.
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The call for mass participation in Saturday’s protests near the border with Israel came as Egyptian intelligence officials held talks in the Gazoo Strip with leaders of various Paleostinian groups, including Hamas, always the voice of sweet reason, and Islamic Jihad
...created after many members of the Egyptian Moslem Brotherhood decided the organization was becoming too moderate. Operations were conducted out of Egypt until 1981 when the group was exiled after the assassination of President Anwar Sadat. They worked out of Gaza until they were exiled to Lebanon in 1987, where they clove tightly to Hezbollah. In 1989 they moved to Damascus, where they remain a subsidiary of Hezbollah...
, to discuss ways of averting an all-out confrontation between the Paleostinians and Israel.
The Egyptian security delegation, headed by Gen. Ahmed Abdel Khaleq, arrived in the Gazoo Strip late Wednesday. On Thursday afternoon, the delegation headed back to Israel to brief Israeli officials on the outcome of their talks with the Paleostinian groups in the Gazoo Strip.
Sources in the Gazoo Strip said that the Egyptian intelligence officials demanded that the Paleostinian factions work towards preventing Paleostinians from engaging in violence during Saturday's protests. The Egyptians reportedly relayed a message from Israel to the leaders of Hamas and Islamic Jihad to the effect that Israel will respond with full force to any attempt to infiltrate the border or harm its soldiers.
The Egyptian officials are expected to return to the Gazoo Strip on Friday, said Talal Abu Tharifah, a bigwig with the PLO’s Democratic Front for the Liberation of Paleostine
... a breakaway faction of the Pöpular Frönt för the Liberation of Paleostine. The are regarded as the most intellectual of Paleostinian fedayeen groups, smoking cheap cigarettes and drawing heavily on Marxist-Leninist theory to explain their crappy lives. They can occasionally be seen strutting through the streets of Paleostine, dressed up like soldiers and lugging firearms, though they seldom manage to hit anything and then usually by accident. This may be because of their habit of wearing black masks that cut off most of their vision. That would also explain their habit of occasionally walking into walls, which is a well-known attribute of those immersed in true understanding of the dialectic...
. The Egyptians, he said, will brief the leaders of the Paleostinian factions on the results of their talks in Israel, especially with regards to the demand that Israel ease restrictions imposed on the Hamas-ruled coastal enclave.
Talal Abu Tharifah said that the organizers of the "Great March of Return" have made it clear that Saturday’s demonstrations will be "peaceful."
Khaled al-Batsh ‐ head of the National Authority for the Great March of Return, the body that launched the weekly protests in March 2018 ‐ called for "preserving the popular nature" of the protests so as not to give Israel an excuse to use force against the Paleostinians.
"Our people have decided to march towards freedom regardless of the cost and sacrifices," said al-Batsh during a presser in Gazoo City. He called on representatives of the media and human rights
When they're defined by the state or an NGO they don't mean much...
organizations to come to the sites of the protests to witness the "historic" event.
The organizers of the protests urged Paleostinian participants to display discipline and "watch out for the bullets of the soldiers and snipers." They also called on the protesters to stay in five encampments that would be established near the border with Israel and "cooperate with the organizing committees to maintain the safety of the residents."
Husam Badran, a senior Hamas official in the Gazoo Strip, said on Thursday that the weekly protests near the border with Israel will increase and expand in the coming days and weeks. He said that calm and stability on the Israeli side of the border with the Gazoo Strip was "dependent on the extent of the Israeli government’s adherence to understandings that were reached to lift the blockade on the Gazoo Strip." The Israelis living near the border with the Gazoo Strip will continue to live in anxiety as long as the Paleostinians are suffering due to the blockade, he added.
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