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Talking to the mother of Razan al-Najjar from the other side of the fence

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On December 22, 2018, the 39th week of the Great March of Return, anti-Zionist Israeli activists joined Palestinian protestors at Khuza’a Return protest camp from the east side of the fence. Soldiers shot live rounds to prevent the activists from reaching the fence. Despite the military’s aggression, a phone conversation was held with Sabrine al-Najjar, the mother of Razan al-Najjar. She recognized the BDS movement as a positive factor in ending the occupation and contributing to the Palestinian cause of freedom and equality.

Razan was killed on June 1, 2018 while she was serving as a medic at the weekly Friday protests. Her family are refugees from the village of Salama , now part of Tel Aviv’s south-eastern neighborhoods.

The Israeli activists also brought Palestinians flags and pictures of 4-year old Ahmed Yasser Abu ‘Aabed who died of his wounds after Israeli soldiers shot him in his eye and abdomen on the December 7 protest near Khan Younis.

For more information about the Return group: https://www.returnsolidarity.com

About Return

Return is a group of anti-Zionist Israelis and internationals working in solidarity with Palestinians in support of the Great March of Return. To learn more visit returnsolidarity.com.

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  1. gamal
    gamal
    January 3, 2019, 8:59 pm

    “Razan was killed on June 1, 2018 while she was serving as a medic at the weekly Friday protests. Her family are refugees from the village of Salama , now part of Tel Aviv’s south-eastern neighborhoods.

    The Israeli activists also brought Palestinians flags and pictures of 4-year old Ahmed Yasser Abu ‘Aabed who died of his wounds after Israeli soldiers shot him in his eye and abdomen on the December 7 protest near Khan Younis.”

    “Palestinians are freedom fighters not victims, Tamimi insists”

    “We inherit the revolution. Palestinians see themselves as fighters for liberty, not victims. So I hope that you too can see us as fighters for liberty.”

    Ms Tamimi called on those gathered to support the Palestinian cause.

    “Support us in the struggle to obtain the most sublime gift which is liberty, justice and democracy. That’s the best way to support us,” she said.”

    https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/palestinians-are-freedom-fighters-not-victims-tamimi-insists

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