Demonstrations and solidarity stops with the Palestinians continued in several Arab and international cities, denouncing the ongoing Israeli war on Gaza strip Which left thousands of martyrs, wounded, and widespread destruction, calling for an end to the war and the necessity of bringing aid to the people of the besieged Gaza Strip.
In MauritaniaYesterday, Thursday, political parties and activists organized simultaneous demonstrations in front of Western embassies in the capital, Nouakchott, to denounce the war launched by Israel on the Gaza Strip, and to demand its immediate cessation.
The demonstrators denounced what they described as Arab and Islamic silence regarding what is happening in Gaza, including the killing of civilians, targeting them, and the bombing of medical facilities and residential neighborhoods.
Demonstrations also renewed in several Jordanian cities, including the capital, Amman, Zarqa, and Karak, chanting slogans denouncing Israeli crimes, and raising Palestinian flags in support of the resistance.
In Tunisia, the National Campaign Against Normalization organized a protest in front of the Tunisian Parliament yesterday, Thursday, coinciding with the plenary session to ratify the law “criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity.”
The participants raised the Palestinian flag, denouncing the Israeli aggression against the Palestinians, especially the ongoing massacres in the Gaza Strip. The demonstrators chanted, “No recognition of the entity,” and “The people want to criminalize normalization.”
And in FranceHundreds of activists and members of the Arab and Islamic communities participated on Thursday evening, in Place de la République in Paris, in demonstrations denouncing the Israeli crimes against the Palestinians and the ongoing Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip.
Dozens of demonstrators also participated in the French city of Toulouse, in support of Palestine and in rejection of the Israeli aggression and the daily massacres it commits against the Palestinians, calling for an end to the Israeli war that left thousands martyred and wounded, including children and women.
Demonstrations were renewed in African cities in support of Gaza Ghana A demonstration in the capital, Accra, yesterday, Thursday, in solidarity with Palestine, during which demonstrators raised Palestinian and Ghanaian flags, and carried banners with phrases: Such as: “No to war,” and “Stand by the Palestinians.”
In a statement to Anadolu, former parliamentarian Ras Mubarak, who participated in the demonstration, said that “Israel committed crimes against humanity in Palestine.”
And in United StateDozens of American Jews demonstrated alongside protesters from other communities on Thursday evening, inside and outside the Philadelphia train station, to press for a ceasefire in Gaza, “to stop using the name of the Jews” in the war on the Palestinians, and to denounce the martyrdom of more than 9,000 Palestinians so far. As a result of the Israeli war on Gaza.
And in BritainThe charitable organizations “Save the Children” and “Oxfam” called on the British government to call for a ceasefire now in the Gaza Strip. The two organizations carried out a protest in front of the headquarters of the British Foreign Office, and handed the ministry a petition signed by hundreds of thousands of people in Britain, urging it to protect civilians in the Strip. In Israel, by calling for a ceasefire.
Dozens of demonstrators also participated on Thursday evening, in the Birmingham Central train station in Britain, demanding an end to the war launched by Israel on the Gaza Strip, raising Palestinian flags and chanting slogans against the massacres and the continuing bombing of the Strip.
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And in Denmark Dozens of demonstrators took to the streets of the capital, Copenhagen, on Thursday evening, to chant for a ceasefire in Gaza and to demand a boycott of Israel and the companies that support it.
Dozens of demonstrators participated in Swedish cities, including Stockholm and Malmo, in solidarity with the Palestinians, demanding a ceasefire, and denouncing the crimes of the occupation and the killing of children.
Dozens of Japanese activists and members of other communities also went out on Thursday evening in an outdoor demonstration in front of the Prime Minister’s Office in the capital, Tokyo, to demand an end to the Israeli massacres of Palestinians.
For more than 3 weeks, demonstrations and vigils have been taking place in several cities around the world, denouncing the intense Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip for the 28th day, which left thousands of martyrs and wounded, while the “Operation” continues.Al-Aqsa floodLaunched by the Palestinian resistance factions, at dawn on October 7, in response to the attacks by the Israeli occupation and settlers against the Palestinian people and their sanctities.