Israel-Gaza pictures: The world protests to Free Palestine, amid ongoing ‘genocide’
Protests have been held in cities around the world from London to New York to Sydney and Baghdad.
The world has come together to demand an end to the deadly Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza strip.
Protesters waved flags and held signs saying “Free Palestine”. Others held signs saying “Not in my name” and “Solidarity with Palestine.”
It’s now the seventh consecutive day of Israel’s bombardment of the Gaza Strip. At least 26 Palestinians were killed on Sunday and dozens wounded.
The global marches coincided with Nakba Day – the day on which Palestinians around the world commemorate the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians amid Israel’s establishment in 1948.
Nakba in Arabic means “catastrophe”.
So far, at least 148 people have been killed in Gaza – including 41 children and the violence doesn’t appear to be stalling.
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