Events of the Carnival of Freedom were launched on Tuesday morning in Nablus city in the northern West Bank. The carnival was organized by Nablus governorate in cooperation with governmental institutions in order to mark the 50th anniversary of the Naksa, in which the remaining land of historical Palestine along with the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula ad the Syrian Golan Heights were occupied by Israeli.
The organizers said that the events aimed at urging Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims to take action in order to regain the Palestinian right in their land and to send a message to Israeli occupation authorities that resistance will continue until the liberation of Palestine.
Scores of Palestinian school students participated in a human chain from the east of the city to al-Shuhada Square in Nablus downtown.
The participants also hoisted the Palestinian flag while sirens were blown for a minute.