Gaza resident set himself on fire in protest over Hamas rule- Report

The man publicly set himself on fire after he was evicted from his flat when he was unable to pay rent.

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March 16, 2019 23:41
Gaza resident set himself on fire in protest over Hamas rule- Report

A Palestinian Hamas-hired civil servant displays U.S. Dollar banknotes after receiving her salary paid by Qatar, in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip December 7, 2018. (photo credit: IBRAHEEM ABU MUSTAFA / REUTERS)

 
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Protests against Hamas took place on Saturday at Khan Yunis and Deir al-Balah, Mako reported. 
 
A 32 year old resident of Gaza set himself on fire after he was unable to pay his rent and was evicted from his home, the man expired. This report was not confirmed.
 
Clashes between Gaza Strip residents and Hamas erupted over Qatari funds being diverted into Gaza.

Most of the funds are meant for Hamas. 
 
Palestinian media reported that PA President Mahmoud Abbas is engaged in dialog with Qatar and Egypt so they would pressure Hamas into preventing a civil war in the Gaza Strip and to ensure the safety of those protesting. 
 




   


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