Palestinians plan "Freedom March" of their own

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July 3, 2010 21:08

 
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In response to the Gilad Schalit "Freedom March," the families of Palestinian prisoners jailed in Israel have planned a march of their own to take place in the Gaza Strip on Sunday.  The prisoners' families are expected to march to the house of Hamas official Mahmoud a-Zahar.

The march's organizer, The Supreme Committe for Prisoners in Gaza, will demand that Hamas leadership insist that all of the prisoners on Hamas original Schalit exchange list be freed in a deal for the kidnapped soldier.


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