‘Free Palestine’ demonstrations erupt across the world

Easter Saturday (March 30, 2024) was a day of mass public protest against Israel’s genocide of the people of Gaza – not just in the UK but across the world.

London hosted yet another march attended by hundreds of thousands of people – the 11th since the slaughter began last October:

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The demonstrations coincided with Land Day, or Yom al-Ard, when Palestinians recall the events of March 30, 1976, when six unarmed Palestinians were killed and more than 100 injured by Israeli forces during protests against Israel’s confiscation of Palestinian land.

This year, Cardiff also celebrated Land Day:

In Casablanca, Morocco, demonstrators took to the streets to protest against the torture of Palestinian women by Israel.

Translated from French, the post reads: “While Western feminists are absent, Arab women are taking to the streets in support of their tortured Palestinian sisters. Honor and strength to them. Here in Casablanca, Morocco.”

In Ireland, the people of Cork turned out to celebrate Palestine:

And the people of Denmark took to the streets to stand with Palestine:

There may have been many more such demonstrations; these are just what This Writer was able to find on the social media.

And here are a few of the reasons this was necessary:

The next one may not be in Gaza, but represents the suppression of Palestine and the mistreatment of Palestinian women by Israel:

It would be hard to imagine that happening in Gaza at the moment, when schools are being targeted for destruction by IDF forces:

While hundreds of thousands of us – millions across the world, no doubt – come out to demand freedom for Palestine, some of our countrymen have chosen to side with Israel and take part in the slaughter. Here is a pertinent question:

And here are the official figures showing the number of people killed and wounded in Gaza since Israel began its onslaught:

Former US President Jimmy Carter has spoken out about the situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, accenting the reasons why American politicians are reluctant to speak out (they will lose their seats in Congress):

But the genocide is motivating nations across the world to recognise and protect Palestine…

When will the UK join this movement?

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