Earlier today, various news outlets reported on the tragic deaths of three Palestinians at the hands of Zionist thugs. The martyred – all in their early to mid twenties – were killed after a raid in the key battleground area of Jenin, in the occupied West Bank. Al Jazeera reports that the slain were Nayef Malaysheh, 25, Sufian Fakhouri, 26, and Ahmad Fashafsheh, who was just 22-years-old. 
In addition, in recent weeks there have been repeated incursions by Zionist mercenaries, with the Palestinian death toll already reaching 78 since the turn of the new year. To make matters even worse, the deceased include 14 children and 1 woman. 
Reports also indicate that of the 78 Palestinians killed this year, at least five of them were at the hands of illegal Zionist settlers. Despite only being in the third month of 2023, this figure already equals the highest of the past four years. 
Downing Street protest set for tomorrow
Campaigners for the Palestinian cause have grown increasingly frustrated with the lack of international action against ‘Israel’ for its heinous fascist policies against the native Palestinians.
In this light, a demonstration spearheaded by the Palestinian Forum in Britain (PFB) has been swiftly organised and will proceed tomorrow.
In a brief statement, Abdurrahman Tamimi from the PFB, said,
“We must not stay silent as ‘Israel’’s increasing violence and fascism has lead to the killing of over 70 Palestinians since the start of 2023.
“We urge the UK government to intervene and pressure the Israeli government to cease its aggression on Palestinians and bring an end to apartheid.”
The event will take place opposite British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s residence at Downing Street.
Be sure to share the details and attend if you can!
Location: Opposite 10 Downing Street
Date: Friday, 10 March 2023
“Unprecedented settler rampage”
The Palestinian town of Huwwara, which has been occupied by the Zionist entity since 1967, has been at the centre of the most recent spate of anti-Palestinian attacks.
Indeed, beginning in late February and continuing into March, the town was vandalised by hundreds of illegal settlers, who torched at least thirty homes, multiple vehicles, and led to the death of at least one Palestinian. 
Some in the international sphere have described the violence as an “unprecedented settler rampage”, with eyewitness testimony supporting the claim that Zionist mercenaries did nothing to prevent or bring the situation under control. 
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