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11:56 | 2012-03-26


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Fateh Urges Massive Participation in Global March to Jerusalem

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Palestinian National Liberation Movement, Fateh, called upon the Palestinian people to participate in the Global March to Jerusalem (GMJ) in commemoration of the Land Day on Friday.

According to a statement issued by the Commissariat for Mobilization and Planning within Fateh in this regard, the land "is the center of the conflict and the core of the cause, and the survival of the people is dependent on preserving this land and holding onto every inch of it".

In the statement, the Commissariat referred to the participation of the free people of the world in the Global March whose destination will be Jerusalem on the 30th of March. The march will originate from the countries surrounding Palestine, and will be accompanied by movements throughout the world in front of Zionist embassies condemning the aggressions and offenses conducted by the Zionist enemy in the holy city.

The Commissariat stressed the need to champion and advocate for the land and Jerusalem on Land Day by participating in the popular march Friday, March 30th at the Kalandia entrance and in Bethlehem.

A large number of renowned figures from across the world have voiced their support for the upcoming Global March to Jerusalem due to take place on March 30th, 2012.

The Global March to Jerusalem will take place on Friday 30th March 2012 where hundreds of committees and campaigns all over the six continents will participate in order to highlight the suffering the people of Jerusalem are going through as a result of the occupation's Zionist and racist practices.

The slogan of the March will be "Peoples of the world demand the freedom for Jerusalem… People of the world demand to end the occupation of Palestine".