Palestinians mark 'Land Day'

Death of six activists 34 years ago is marked by staging events against Israeli occupation.



    It has been 34 years since six Palestinian activists were killed by Israeli troops during a demonstration against Israeli occupation. It is a day remembered annually as the Palestinian Land Day.

    Like every year, Palestinians around the world used the day to voice their opposition against the occuption of their land.

    Nour Odeh reports from the Palestinian town of Beit Sahoor, where many Palestinians planted olives as a symbolic statement of preserving their land.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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