Thousands of Gazans protest, call on Abu Mazen to step down

The demonstrators called on the Palestinian Authority to pay the full salaries of public sector employees in Gaza and demanded that the electricity supply be replenished in full.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 25, 2019 04:12
Tear gas canisters are fired by Israeli troops toward Palestinians during a protest

Tear gas canisters are fired by Israeli troops toward Palestinians during a protest at the Israel-Gaza border fence, in the southern Gaza Strip February 22, 2019. (photo credit: REUTERS/IBRAHEEM ABU MUSTAFA)

 
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Thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on Sunday night in Gaza, calling on Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to step down, according to reports.

The demonstrators called on the Palestinian Authority to pay the full salaries of public sector employees in Gaza and demanded that the electricity supply be replenished in full.
 

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