Arab-Israelis to Strike Amid Surge in Gaza Violence; Fatah and Hamas Declare ‘Day of Rage’

The Higher Arab Monitoring Committee says it's protesting Israel’s Gaza campaign, ‘attacks on Palestinians in Jerusalem, Sheikh Jarrah and the al-Aqsa Mosque’ as well as ‘attacks on the Arab public and mixed cities in particular’

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The Higher Arab Monitoring Committee on Tuesday declared a general strike in Israel, including schools, as Hamas and Fatah issued separate calls for a 'Day of Rage' in the West Bank and the Golan Heights.

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