Eshkol council tells residents to leave homes

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 28, 2019 20:10
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The Eshkol Regional Council advised members of the Kerem Shalom kibbutz near the Gaza border to leave their homes tomorrow ahead of the anniversary of the March of Return marches.

The situation remains tense ahead of the mass protest, expected to draw tens of thousands of Palestinian.

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