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How the Al-Aqsa protests united Palestinians


By The Palestine Monitor - August 12, 2017
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Tags: [al-Aqsa] [nonviolent resistance]

Mass prayers outside the Al-Aqsa compound in Jerusalem to protest Israel's proposed security measures became the largest non-violent demonstrations in the Occupied Territories in recent years, uniting Palestinians without the intermediation of political parties.  

 

                                  

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