Palestinians march in support of the Lion's Den

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Angry by the IDF's latest deadly raid in Nablus, thousands of Palestinians marched in support in Judea, Samaria, Gaza and East Jerusalem from Thursday to Friday, calling for revenge and clashing with security forces in some places.

Protesters took to the streets in response to the call of the terrorist group “Lion's Den” to demonstrations, showing solidarity with the terrorist group in the face of Israel's concerted efforts in recent months to destroy it.

Members of the Lion's Den, an offshoot of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad formed last year, have been targeted by Israeli forces in Wednesday morning raid in Nablus.

During violent clashes between armed terrorists during the raid, the Operation sparked heavy fighting between armed militants and Israeli forces, in which 11 Palestinians were killed and more than 100 were injured.

Marches took place after midnight in Nablus, Hebron, Ramal, Tulkarem and the Dheishe refugee camp in Beit Lehem and elsewhere.

In East Jerusalem, demonstrations were reported near the Shuafat refugee camp and the Qalandia checkpoint, and in the HaTur area, where video footage showed police clashes with the protesters.

Large-scale marches also took place across Gaza.
< br /> In Nablus, hundreds of young people gathered on the street vowed to protect the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and many marches were accompanied by chants in support of the Lion's Den terrorist group. and calls for revenge.

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