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A March at Khan Al Shieh Camp in Solidarity with Al-Aqsa Mosque, and Explosive Barrels Target its Sides

Published : 17-09-2015

A March at Khan Al Shieh Camp in Solidarity with Al-Aqsa Mosque, and Explosive Barrels Target its Sides

Dozens of Khan Al Shieh residents came out in a march yesterday after noon prayers in order to show solidarity and support for Al-Aqsa Mosque and to denounce the incursions of settlers. They also called on Arab and Islamic nation to stand in front of Judaization and pision against the mosque, and to work for its victory and support stationed in it.

Meanwhile, warplanes dropped four explosive barrels on the outskirts of Khan Al Shieh camp and the adjacent areas and farms, causing panic among people of the camp, coincided with sporadic clashes in Drousha area adjacent to the camp.

On the other hand, all roads connecting Khan Al Shieh camp and neighboring regions are still closed except Zakya–Khan Al Shieh amid suffering experienced by the residents as a result of targeting the only port which feeds the camp's residents.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1916

Dozens of Khan Al Shieh residents came out in a march yesterday after noon prayers in order to show solidarity and support for Al-Aqsa Mosque and to denounce the incursions of settlers. They also called on Arab and Islamic nation to stand in front of Judaization and pision against the mosque, and to work for its victory and support stationed in it.

Meanwhile, warplanes dropped four explosive barrels on the outskirts of Khan Al Shieh camp and the adjacent areas and farms, causing panic among people of the camp, coincided with sporadic clashes in Drousha area adjacent to the camp.

On the other hand, all roads connecting Khan Al Shieh camp and neighboring regions are still closed except Zakya–Khan Al Shieh amid suffering experienced by the residents as a result of targeting the only port which feeds the camp's residents.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1916