Sunday, June 27, 2021

  • Sunday, June 27, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon



Fatah is releasing statement after statement to deflect or justify the police brutally attacking protesters this weekend.

Majed al-Helou, member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council said that "the occupation is the only beneficiary of the state of chaos that some seek to provoke in the Palestinian street, and the Fatah movement is resistant to conspiracies targeting our national project."

Muwaffaq Sehwil, secretary of Fatah in Ramallah, said that Fatah will remain vigilant, and will not stand idly by in the face of attempts to shed Palestinian blood, saying that the protesters had "non-national agendas."

The Governor of Jenin, Major General Akram Rajoub, said that the demonstrators insulting and provoking security personnel in Ramallah yesterday was an intentional and planned act, aimed at creating sedition in the Palestinian street. He said they were planning to create confusion and destabilize security, to repeat what happened in 2007 of a coup in the Gaza Strip in the West Bank.









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