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Palestinian Activists Put Banners Inviting Israelis To Peace

author Tuesday July 16, 2013 10:11author by Palestine News Network - PNN Report post

A number of Palestinian activists put banners and signs on the main entrances of several Palestinian cities calling for peace with the Israeli citizens.


The banners also included a message to the Israeli occupation army not to enter Palestinian civil areas due to its aggression and violations against the Palestinian people; as the Israeli occupation army invades Palestinian cities and villages, and arrests the residents.

The big banners were placed on cement stones belonging to the Israeli Army on the main entrances of the Palestinian cities and included an invitation to the Israeli citizens to enter the Palestinian territories as guests without fear or hesitation, and to refuse to be an "enemy".

Those banners came in response to the warning letters placed by the Israeli Army on the entrances of the Palestinian cities.

The army placed red color banners that warn the Israeli citizens that these are Palestinian territories and Israelis are not allowed to go there. Whereas the Palestinian banners urge the Israelis to enter as guests into the Palestinian territories without any fear or worry.

According to the Israeli banners, the Israeli citizens are warned that entering into a Palestinian area exposes them to harm, and criminal offenses will be imposed on the violators.

category palestine | non-violent action | news report author email saed at imemc dot org
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