Report: 400 Egypt activists enter Gaza to show solidarity

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November 18, 2012 21:57

 
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Around 400 Egyptian pro-Palestinian activists headed to the Gaza Strip on Sunday to show solidarity with the Palestinians, AFP reported.

The activists entered Gaza through the Rafah crossing with Egypt, AFP quoted officials and organizers of the convoy as saying.

The entry of the activists follows over fifty IAF strikes on terrorist targets throughout the Gaza Strip, killing at least 11 people and injuring hundreds more. Palestinian news agency Ma'an is reporting 24 dead from Sunday's strikes.

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