Palestinians block entrance to UN office in Ramallah to call for action on hunger-striking prisoners
Palestinian demonstrators today blocked the entrance of the UN headquarters in Ramallah in protest against its silence on the issue of the hunger-strikers in the Israeli jails.The protesters tried to prevent workers from entering the UN premises, but were prevented by the Palestinian Authority police.
Sources in the West Bank city report that the protesters held placards with slogans including “Silence is complicity,” and “Neutrality is a crime.”
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