Global March to J'lem organizers say protest reached goals

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March 31, 2012 11:34

 
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Organizers of Friday's Global March to Jerusalem said Saturday that the protest march commemorating Land Day had achieved most of its goals, adding that the number of countries joining in protest activities is of greater importance than the number of participants in rallies.

Palestinian news agency Ma'an quoted general coordinator of the march, Ribhi Halloum, as saying that the rally lay the groundwork for future activity and proved that "the Palestinian people are still present and are still holding fast to their land."

Halloum claimed that activists from 84 countries participated in various pro-Palestinian rallies around the world on Friday.

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