UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – Worried by the rise of Palestinian protests at the Naksa border, marking the failure of the Arabs in the 1967 six-day war with Israel, the Israeli army is on high alert.
The Israeli army has increased its security forces at the border with Gaza and the West Bank, the Palestine Alyoum website reported.
The Israeli army and police decide to hold a meeting to assess the situation and to repress Palestinian protests as appropriate.
On the threshold of the day of al-Naksa, the coordinating committee for the March of the Great Return called the inhabitants of the Gaza strip and the West Bank to participate in the large-scale event to be held on Tuesday, June 5 the border.
In May, 65 Palestinians were killed and 3,000 wounded by the Israeli military during the Nakba Day celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Israeli regime.
On June 5 of each year, the Palestinian people commemorate the day of the failure of the Arabs during the six-day war in 1967 against the Israeli army. Between 15,000 and 25,000 Arabs lost their lives in the war that led to the occupation of Quds, the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, the Golan Heights and the Sinai Desert.