PA security forces prevent the wounded Palestinians from entering the prime minister's office in Ramallah

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

The Palestinian Authority's security services prevented dozens of the intifada wounded from entering the government headquarters in the city of Ramallah, in the central occupied West Bank, on Sunday to meet with the Prime Minister and to claim their rights.

Dozens of the wounded staged a sit-in in front of the government headquarters, demanding justice and improvement in their living conditions.

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The authorities' devices installed iron mounds around the headquarters and prevented the wounded from entering the headquarters.

A number of the wounded stopped traffic at the site, as a protest step in response to the actions of the security forces, calling on the prime minister and officials to look into their case.

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During the sit-in, the wounded sent messages to the Prime Minister demanding to improve their living conditions and provide for their children because they lost the ability to work, and to take care of their treatment and improve their salaries, in order to be able to live in dignity.


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