Massive Demonstrations in Europe to Stop the War on Gaza



Thousands Protest in Support of Gaza

There were these really big demonstrations in Europe recently. People came out in huge numbers to show their support for Gaza and to demand that the war there stops. Can you believe it? This has been going on for 121 days already!

London and Vienna

In London, thousands of people gathered to demand an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. Over in Vienna, there was a silent march to show support for Gaza too. It's amazing to see so many people coming together for a cause.

Strasbourg and Germany

Now, in Strasbourg, France, people carried torches and marched in solidarity with Gaza. They held banners calling for an end to the war and condemning the crimes committed by Israel. In Germany, several cities saw large demonstrations too. People were showing their support for Gaza and speaking out against Germany's support for the Israeli government.

Cologne and International Support

In Cologne, people gathered in front of a historic cathedral with the slogan "Freedom for Palestine." They were really upset about the Israeli attacks on Gaza and wanted to raise awareness about it. Not just Palestinians, but also Turkish and German citizens, and people from other countries, joined in the demonstration. It's great to see people from all over the world standing up for what they believe in.

Geneva and Istanbul

Over in Geneva, Switzerland, a pro-Palestinian demonstration took place. The demonstrators called for the protection of the Palestinian people, an immediate end to the aggression against Gaza, and holding the occupation accountable for its attacks on civilians. In Istanbul, Turkey, dozens of people marched to protest the Israeli attacks. They chanted slogans and demanded that the children of Gaza be protected.

Other European Cities

But wait, there's more! The cities of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Italy also had massive marches. People there demanded an end to the war, accountability for the occupation's crimes, the lifting of the siege on Gaza, and the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Palestinians. It's heartwarming to see so many people coming together to support a just cause.

Source: agencies