Palestine Solidarity Protests Held Around the World | Human Rights News
Demonstrations were held in London, Melbourne and Paris, while more activities are planned to be held in other major cities such as New York and Berlin.
Demonstrations that lasted for a week were held on a global scale, and Palestine was in favor of solidarity marches. The demonstrators demanded that their respective governments impose sanctions and military embargoes to reduce the supply of weapons to Israel.
Iseral’s 11-day bombing of Gaza In the besieged enclave, nearly 250 Palestinians were killed, including at least 65 children, and many buildings, houses and infrastructure were destroyed.
After the Israeli government and Palestinian fighter groups reached an agreement on a ceasefire that began on Friday, the fighting ended.
This Sheikh Jarrah protests The opposition to the forced deportation of Palestinians by Israeli settlers in East Jerusalem and the Israeli attack on Muslims at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest site in Islam, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan were the catalysts for the Israeli attack in Gaza.
Protests were held in London, Melbourne and Paris on Saturday, while more protests are planned for the weekend in other major cities, including New York and Berlin.
During the parade in London, Al Jazeera’s Paul Brennan reported that the Israeli attack stopped making people “relaxed,” but more needs to be done.
He said: “People have a feeling that conflicts should not be forgotten.”
Brennan said the rally was larger than a similar rally held last week, with an estimated 30,000 people attending on Saturday.
In Adelaide, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Capitol and then walked through the city centre.
“We need to remember that just because they declared a ceasefire does not mean it is over. It will never end until Palestine is free.” said Jana Fandi, a member of the Australian Palestinian community who attended the rally.
In Sydney, thousands of protesters gathered in Hyde Park, then marched in the streets, chanting and waving banners.
Dalia Hass Qassem, an activist for the Palestinian Action Group, said: “Palestinians continue to face violence from the Israeli occupying forces until the end of the occupation.”
Thousands of people took part in a protest in solidarity in the capital Paris.