Gaza, ALRAY -- The high National Commission for Return and Breaking the Siege in Gaza called for an unprecedented millionth participation on Saturday, coinciding with the first anniversary the return marches.
In a press conference held on Monday, the commission said that it would not step back from land and sea marches until it achieves its goals, stressing that the return marches are a peaceful movement of the Palestinian people to restore their rights.
The first anniversary of the return marches will take place on 30th of March will marking the annual anniversary of Earth Day.
The commission member, Ahmed Al-Mudalal, called on Palestinians to join in millions the "rally of Earth Day."
"It will witness million Palestinian masses that will restore glory to our cause and strength of our people," he said, calling on the national community to mobilize and participate in it.
He stressed that the march of return and break the siege with all its tools will continue, explaining that “it emphasizes the unity of our people and the vitality of its cause, and will never stop until the achievement of its objectives in full.”
Since 30 March, Palestinian citizens have been holding peaceful demonstrations in the return camps in the eastern Gaza Strip's five governorates, calling for the right of return and the breaking of the 13-year-old blockade.