Palestinian factions agree on temporary end to Gaza violence

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 1, 2018 14:53
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Palestinian factions in Gaza have agreed on a temporary end to violence along the Gaza border until Sunday, Ynet news reported.

It was also reported that nonviolent marches would only be held during the protest march.Last week, roughly 16,000 Palestinians protested near the Gaza security border against IDF soldiers.



Protesters burned tires and threw explosive devices, hand grenades and Molotov cocktails at IDF soldiers. The IDF responded with protest dispersal methods.

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