Two Palestinian girls were injured on Saturday evening when a Jewish extremist rammed his car into them during their participation in a pro-Palestine rally in Tel Aviv City.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Two Palestinian girls were injured on Saturday evening when a Jewish extremist rammed his car into them during their participation in a pro-Palestine rally in Tel Aviv City.

A reporter for the Palestinian Information Center said that a Jewish fanatic ran over two girls from the Arab town of Deir al-Asad in 1948 occupied Palestine as they were carrying a Palestinian flag during a rally held in a street in Tel Aviv to mark the Naksa Day (the 1967 Arab defeat) and protest the Israeli occupation of Palestine.

The wounded girls received on-site medical assistance before they were transferred to a hospital.

Hundreds of citizens participated in the rally, which was called for by political figures and civil society organizations.

The rally was organized under the slogan “It is time to put an end to 55 years of occupation and suppression.”

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