Fatah representative in Lebanon, Munir Maqdah, said Tuesday that Palestinians residing in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Gaza were planning to march towards their respective borders with Israel on Sunday, the 44th anniversary of the Six Day War.
"We want our lands in Palestine back," Maqdah said, noting that the processions aim to remain non-violent. He also urged UNIFIL forces in south Lebanon to "ensure the march's safety."
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The Fatah official's statement is the last in a myriad of activities calling on pro-Palestinian activists to march on Israel's borders.
The highest flurry of activities is noted on Facebook, where various pro-Palestinian group have issued a similar call: "Our Palestinian countrymen, as part of our just pursuit of statehood… and in response to Netanyahu's speech in Congress and Obama's hesitant speech, we emphasize that Palestine is our land and the land of our forefathers and that will not accept any division or compromise.
'Youth of June 5' Facebook Page
"On this day, June 5, we urge you to take active part in actions meant to empathize with our prisoners," the "Youth of June 5" page read.
Facebook pages affiliated with Syrian pro-Palestinian groups, called on the masses to "unite and turn June 5 into a day commemorating the fallen and right of return."
Another group urges masses to "march on Israel's border this Saturday and free the Golan Heights."
Still, at this time no concrete plans for any march have been posted on social media
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