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Eight said killed as Zio-Nazi fires on Palestinian refugees



Four people reported killed on Syrian border and four reported killed on Lebanon border as thousands of protesters try breach the frontiers; dozens of Palestinian refugees enter occupied Palestine 1948 from Syria.

Four people were reportedly shot dead by Zio-Nazi army Sunday as they opened fire on large numbers of Palestinian’s trying to enter Syria’s southern border with Palestine. Another four people were said to have been killed on the Lebanese side of its shared frontier with Palestine, as Palestinian protests for the annual Nakba Day. which mourns the creation of the Nazi State of IsraHell, took hold across the region.

In Majdal Shams, which runs along the Palestine-Syria border, scores of Palestinian refugees from Syria spilled into the town. The Magen David Adom rescue service said about a dozen others had been wounded. Zio-Nazi Gestapo confirmed opening fire on infiltrators.

Palestinian protesters breaking through Syria's border with Israel, 15.5.11 Palestinian protesters breaking through Syria’s border with Palestine, May 15, 2011.
Photo by: PANET


About 70 people, most of them Palestinian refugees, managed to cross the border, according to local residents. Initial reports had put the number of infiltrators into the hundreds.

“The way it was reported to me, they broke through the fence,” Dolan Abu Salah, the mayor of Majdal Shams, told Army Radio.

Thousands of people gathered in the Lebanese town of Maroun a-Ras, where Palestinian protesters tried to push their way across the border, local media reports said, citing eyewitnesses. Four protesters were killed and 11 wounded in a shooting incident at the border where Palestinians were demonstrating, Lebanese security sources said.

Carrying Palestinian flags and chanting “we want our land back,” thousands of Palestinians tried to approach the electric fence that separates Lebanon from Palestine, but Lebanese army troops fired in the air and ordered the crowd to return to where the rally was held.

Syria, Israel, Nakba Day

The demonstrators pelted the Lebanese troops with stones as they struggled to hold them back from the fence.

But around 50 protesters managed to reach the fence and started throwing stones at the Zionist soldiers on the other side of the fence, Zio-Nazi fire bullets and tear gas at the protesters.

A Palestinian throwing a stone at Israeli security forces during clashes at Qalandiya checkpoint, near the West Bank city of Ramallah on Nakba Day, May 15, 2011.
Speakers representing the various Palestinian factions called through loudspeakers on the Palestinian youths to stop throwing stones at the Zio-Nazi Gestapo, but their calls were ignored.

Zio-Nazi Spokesman RacistBrigadier General Yoav Mordechai said troops opened fire at a large crowd of Lebanese protesters who approached the border with IsraHell.

He said soldiers fired at the crowd when the demonstrators reached the border and began vandalizing the fence, and that the army was aware of casualties on the other side.

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