Palestinians to protest Trump’s visit to West Bank

Palestinians believe that the US is not an objective mediator of peace

Palestinian factions in West Bank called for Palestinians to take to the streets to protest US President Donald Trump’s visit to the occupied land.

Massive part of the Palestinians also believe that the US has been wasting time in its peace proposals, which none of them was accepted by the Israeli occupation

Palestinian factions in West Bank called for Palestinians to take to the streets to protest US President Donald Trump’s visit to the occupied land.

Trump is expected to visit Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories on Monday and Tuesday and he is planned to take part in Israel’s celebration of occupying Palestinian.

Palestinian Islamist and secular factions called for the Palestinians to take part in what they called a day of rage, protesting Trump’s visit.

In a statement released Saturday, the Palestinian factions urged the public to join rallies to express their rejection to the resumption of peace talks between the Palestinian Authority and Israel under US sponsorship.

The statement called for a three-hour strike on Sunday from 11 am to 2 pm and for a general strike on Monday in the occupied West Bank, the besieged Gaza Strip and Israel.

Palestinians consider the United State sponsoring unjust peace talks aiming to find unfair solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Massive part of the Palestinians also believe that the US has been wasting time in its peace proposals, which none of them was accepted by the Israeli occupation.

Ahead of starting his tour in the Middle East, Trump said: “I live Jews and I would like to help them.” This way, he clearly announces that he does not care about the Palestinians, whom the Jews he loves have stolen their land and established their state on it.

(Source / 21.05.2017)

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