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Post on Fatah Facebook page: Israel is "is now launching a biological war" against the Palestinians

Image and text posted on the official Fatah Facebook page

Posted text: “Israel launches a biological war against Palestine

After its failure in preventing the spread of the virus – Israel the occupier strives to spread Corona in Palestine. It is opening all of the gates and fences throughout the two districts of Qalqilya and Tulkarem in order to ease the smuggling of Palestinian laborers who were infected inside Israel into their villages without passing through the [PA’s] emergency committees, medical inspections, and quarantine. It appears that the successful and excellent performance with which Palestine has surpassed the occupation state [limiting the spread of the virus] has embarrassed it and ‘driven it crazy.’ Palestine has succeeded in controlling the epidemic in the regions it controls and manages, until Israel began to throw the laborers who were infected at the crossings without treatment and without coordination with the Palestinian [PA] health system,since it threw a number of laborers near Ni’lin, which is on the Green Line (see note below –Ed.) and near the colonialist Ariel Junction…

Strong Israel is weaker than spider webs, and weak Palestine has recorded its victory and satisfaction on managing a crisis in which large states have not succeeded. Israel has failed three times with Palestine – it has failed in occupation, it has failed in containing the Corona epidemic, and it has failed because it is now launching a biological war against us.

Palestine will triumph

Taken from the page of Walid Assaf, [with the rank of] minister, Chairman of The Committee [to Resist] Settlements and the Wall”

The image shows an open security gate photographed at night.

Green Line - 1949-1967 ceasefire line between Israel and the neighboring Arab countries (Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria) following Israel's War of Independence (1948-1949). Land within the Green Line is all part of the State of Israel since 1949. Land outside the Green Line includes East Jerusalem, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and the Golan Heights.

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