Palestinians refugees in Lebanon protest 'Naksa Day' deaths

By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
June 6, 2011 16:22

 
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Palestinian refugees in Lebanon demonstrated in the country's Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp Monday against the killings of Palestinian protesters on the Syrian-Israeli border Sunday.

Syrian television said that 23 people were killed when the IDF fired on those attempted to breach the border, although the IDF disputed that number. The protest was part of what Palestinians call, "Naksa Day," on the anniversary of the Six Day War.

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