Palestinians plan Sunday marches to mark 1967 war

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 1, 2011 11:38

 
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Spurred by Facebook campaigns, Palestinians are planning to march to Israel's borders again this Sunday, this time in commemoration of the 1967 war, the Lebanese Daily Star reported.

Facebook campaigns, including one called "The Third Intifada," are encouraging protesters to congregate along Israel's borders with Lebanon, Syria and Gaza to mark June 5, which is the anniversary of the outbreak of the Six-Day War, or "Naksa."

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