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Hamas denounces Israel over border clashes
Palestinian group Hamas on Monday denounced Israel for deadly clashes along its borders with Syria and Lebanon during "Nakba" day rallies, adding the world community must bear responsibility
AFP , Monday 16 May 2011
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"We firmly condemn this new Zionist crime against our people who were demonstrating peacefully," the group, which controls the Gaza Strip and whose leader Khaled Meshaal is based in Damascus, said in a statement.

"We call on the international community to assume its responsibility in light of the continuous Zionist crimes against our people," it said, adding that Sunday's clashes marked a new chapter in the struggle against the "Zionist occupation."

"We say to the entire world that the return of the Palestinian refugees to their homeland will remain a central part of the Palestinian question," the statement said.

Twelve people were killed and around 300 others injured on Sunday when Israeli troops fired on thousands of people along the Syrian and Lebanese borders, as well on the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

The protests came as Palestinians in the territories and neighbouring countries staged massive protests to mark the anniversary of Israel's founding in 1948 in an event known in Arabic as the "Nakba" or "catastrophe".



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Peter Loeb
17-05-2011 12:48pm
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UNITY FOR PALESTINIAN STATE I urge the international community to support full membership in the UN by the sovereign and independent State of Palestine. Hamas has demonstrated uncommon leadership and statesmanship in the face of great odds (specifically military and domestic opposition of Israel, illegal acts). Much of this material has been examined in detail elsewhere and need not be repeated again. Israel must end its occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, end blockades, seiges, "walls" and become a member of law-abiding international nations. email: peterloeb@yahoo.com
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