Thursday, March 19, 2009

PFLP protest in Beit Lahiya, in support of dialogue and unity

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, in cooperation with the National Democratic Rally, organized a manifestation in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza strip in support of the Cairo dialogue and national unity. The protestors condemned the failure of Palestinian factions to reach an agreement in Cairo. In his speech Mahmoud Salman, the leader of PFLP in Beit Lahiya, called on Palestinian factions to realize the dangers of the incoming Israeli far-right government, based on Zionist hatred against Arabs. The internal divisions amongst the Palestinians enables the enemy to continue the "...policies of the occupation of the land, killing and terrorism, Judaization of Jerusalem and the displacement of people and the building of settlements, and the campaigns of arrest and assassination of leaders and continuing our activists, as well as the continuation of the Apartheid wall, doubling the number of checkpoints in the West Bank, and the continuation of the unjust embargo on our people."

Source: PFLP website

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