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Jan 24, 2024
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Displaced Gaza Residents Hold Anti-Hamas Rallies, Hold Posters Calling To Release Israeli Hostages, Chant: The People Want To End The War! We Want To Go Back Home!

#10827 | 01:49
Source: Online Platforms - "Various Online Sources"

On January 24, 2024 several online sources posted videos of displaced Gaza residents demonstrating against Hamas. Protesters held up posters calling to release the Israeli hostages held by Hamas. They chanted: "The people want to end the war!" and "We want to go to our homes." A woman said that the people of Gaza are the victims of the war. The demonstration took place near the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Hospital in Deir Al-Balah.

Signs: "Yes to handing over the hostages."

Protesters: "The people want to end the war! The people want to end the war! We put our trust in Alah, he is our best supporter! We put our trust in Alah, he is our best supporter! We don't want [food] coupons! We don't want coupons! We want to live! We want to live!"

Woman: "We are living in tents. We are drowning. We are dying. We want to go back to our homes! Stop it! Enough! Someone should care for us. The people are the victims... We, the people, are the victims. They [in Hamas] are just asleep and know nothing about us. The war is against the people, not against them. We want to go back home."

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Protesters: "We want to go back home, to Beit Lahia! We want to go back home, to Al-Shati! We want to go back home, to Jabalia! Leave us alone! Leave us alone!"

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