Palestinians once again have used Dabka to praise the “March of Return”.

Dabka's or Dehiyah is the Traditional song of East of Gaza which create morale to youths participating at marches of return.

These songs mention the revolution, glori?cation of martyrs, and praising the “March of Return”.

Palestinian families camp, and partake in cultural events, including traditional Dabka dancing.

30,000 Palestinians were organized for the “Great March of Return” demonstration, which was promoted as an event for families.

The protest was a peaceful protest.

Thousands of Palestinians Friday launched the Great March of Return in the besieged Gaza Strip to protest against Israel’s refusal to allow refugees right of return to their pre-1948 homes.

The peaceful protests begin on March 30, which coincides with the 42nd anniversary of the Land Day, which marks the day Israeli forces killed six Palestinians during protests against land confiscation in 1976.

According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics’ 2018 population census, Palestinians living in the besieged Gaza Strip were 1.9 million people, 1.3 of them are refugees.

The March comes as part of Palestinian refugees continuous demand for the full implementation of the UN General Assembly Resolution 194 of December 1948, which stipulates that “the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date.”