PROTESTS IN SOLIDARITY WITH PALESTINE CONTINUE IN LABANON ON MONDAY AS ISRAELI AIR RAIDS KILLED OVER 200 PEOPLE IN GAZA.
Written by miebaka ikiriko on May 18, 2021
On Foreign Scene, Protests in Solidarity with Palestine continued in Lebanon on Monday as Israeli air raids killed nearly two hundred people in Gaza.
Palestinian refugees and Lebanese Civilians travelled to the border with Israel on Sunday for the third consecutive day, proudly waving Palestinian Flags and banners of the Hezbollah and Amal Movements.
Suzanne al-Aktitah, thirty-nine from Ain at Hilweh Camp in Saida, Lebanon’s largest Palestinian Refugee Camp, shouted in rage from the hill she was standing on, expressing her longing to visit her home in Haifa, now within the borders of Israel.
Hezbollah has called for a March through its stronghold of Dahieh in South Beirut on Monday night with the turnout expected to be high considering the area hosts twenty thousand Palestinian Refugees.