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Protest for Condolence with Palestine

Protest in condolence with Palestine

Protest for Condolence with Palestine:

The current tensions started at the beginning of Ramadan when Israeli police set up barricades at the Damascus Gate. It is preventing Palestinians from entering it. After that, Palestinians make a peaceful protest.

The Israeli military began bombing the Gaza Strip last Monday. After Israel’s plan to forcibly displace Palestinian families from occupied East Jerusalem. Its attacks on Palestinian worshipers at the Al-Aqsa mosque.

Protest in Pakistan:

Rallies and current protests were held in the capital Islamabad and commercial capital Karachi. Meanwhile, in Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Faisalabad, Multan, Hyderabad, and other cities also conduct rallies. On the call of Milli Yakjehti Council, a union of Sunni and Shia schools of thought.

In Islamabad, thousands rallied at the capital’s famous D-Chowk roundabout.

Addressing the rallies, the political and religious leaders regretted the mere “lip servicing” by Muslim leaders. Mainly the Arab world and the Organization of Islamic Countries against Israeli cruelty.

Protest in the U.S.:

Meanwhile, thousands of people protested in cities across the U.S. Over the weekend to support Palestinians. And demand an end to Washington’s unconditional backing of Israel.

American Muslims for Palestine, a national advocacy group, has called for a boycott of the Biden administration’s Eid event on Sunday.

Prominent Muslim advocacy groups in the United States are boycotting a White House event on Sunday to celebrate the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr. Saying the Biden administration “aids, abets and justifies” Israeli airstrikes on Palestinians in Gaza.

After Israel launched an airstrike on a Gaza media tower, hundreds of protesters marched Saturday afternoon from the Washington Monument to the U.S Capitol to protest Israel’s treatment of the Palestinian people.

However, Israeli air raids continue to hammer the Gaza Strip. Israeli forces killed at least 188 Palestinians and injured hundreds of others. To Protest for Condolence with Palestine, Muslim advocacy groups say the Biden administration’s recent statements have failed to hold Israel accountable for the rising violence.

Protests in New Zealand:

Thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters waved Palestinian flags or wore traditional kaffiyeh scarves. Protestors gathered in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, as well as in other parts of the country. Moreover, the march was scheduled weeks in advance for Nakba Day. Protesters called on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand. Condemn Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories and expel Israel’s ambassador to New Zealand.

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