Saturday, April 29, 2017

Palestinians protest outside Ofer military prison on ‘Day of Rage’

April 29, 2017

April 28 was designated as a ‘Day of Rage’ across the Occupied West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip. As about 1,500 Palestinian prisoners entered the second week of a mass hunger strike, it was a day for Palestinians to show solidarity with the prisoners.



Palestinians protest outside Ofer military prison on ‘Day of Rage’
Palestinians protest outside Ofer military prison on ‘Day of Rage’














Palestinian cities shut down for general strike in solidarity with prisoners
Palestinian cities shut down for general strike in solidarity with prisoners

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Israel’s archaeological digs force entire Jerusalem family out of their homes

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Why are Gaza babies in need of medical care in Jerusalem systematically separated from their mothers?




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Palestinian cities shut down for general strike in solidarity with prisoners

Palestinian cities ground to a halt on Thursday as a general strike was announced in solidarity with an estimated 1,500 Palestinian political prisoners

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