Tamimi urges ‘resistance’ after release from Israeli jail


Palestinian activist Ahed Tamimi, who has just been released from Israeli jail, has called for national unity in Palestine in the face of the racist Israeli apartheid regime.

Despite the fact that the Israeli law is “a racist apartheid law,” the people of Palestine are the ones who can decide their fate based on national unity, Tamimi said in a televised interview in the West Bank.

“My message as Ahed Tamimi is that we need to link between the popular struggle and the national struggle and to boycott and isolate Israel and to try it as a criminal of war,” Tamimi said.

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