May 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);5/17/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5094, p5
The article focuses on the funerals of young men at the Palestinian camps in Ein al-Hilweh, Lebanon and the separate claims of Israel and Lebanon in United Nations (UN) over the clashes during the Nakba day. It states that the Palestinians had conducted funerals for three men who were killed by Israeli soldiers in demonstrations on the Lebanese-Israeli border during the Nakba day. It mentions that rival protests have been filed by Israel and Lebanon to the UN on the deadly clashes.


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