Balad chair Sami Abu Shehadeh said he will join protesters at Sheikh Jarrah on Friday “to continue the struggle for the rights of the residents.”
“The just struggle of [Sheikh Jarrah’s] locals should be shared by all those who seek justice and equality and oppose the occupation,” Abu Shehadeh tweeted Friday afternoon, noting that he was on his way to Sheikh Jarrah to show solidarity with residents fighting for their homes.
בדרך לשיח’ ג’ראח לחזק את תושביה בימים קשים אלו. מאבקם הצודק של התושבים אמור להיות גם מאבקם של כל שוחרי הצדק והשוויון ומתנגדי העוול והכיבוש.נתראה היום בשיח’ ג’ראח בשעה 16:00 להמשיך להיאבק למען זכות התושבים בבתיהם ונגד גירושם.
Protests were scheduled to begin at Sheikh Jarrah at 4:00 p.m. Israel time. The IDF has sent reinforcement to the city, preparing for possible riots to break out later during the day.”If they evacuate them – there will be war,” one participant from the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Isawiya told Ynet.
On Thursday, demonstrations in support of the legal battles of the Palestinian families in Sheikh Jarrah took place in Gaza, Palestinian media reported.
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