Monday, June 11, 2012

Palestinians Mark 45th Judgment Day





Residents in Gaza Strip held the 45th anniversary Naksa Day which marked the transfer of Palestinians from their homeland after the 1967 Six Day war with the Zionist regime of Israel.


After the Six Day War, Israel succeeded in occupying the Gaza Strip, the West Bank and East Al-Quds (Jerusalem), the Sinai Peninsula from Egypt, and the Golan Heights from Syria.

The Palestinian people mark the Naksa Day (decline day) on June 5.
Joe Karton, an American activist in Gaza told Press TV on Monday (4/6), saying the statement that Israel claimed no longer occupying the Gaza Strip was a truly false statement.

He added, Tel Aviv continued to directly control the border in Gaza, both land, air, sea lanes, population registry, passport systems, taxation and countless other aspects of daily life in the region.

Furthermore, Joe Karton stressed, Israel had built a separation wall between the West Bank and al-Quds and continued to build illegal settlements in the Palestinian territories.
IRIB / The Truth Seeker Media

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