Demonstrations, protests and marches condemning the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, Jerusalem and the rest of the Palestinian territories continued today in many international cities, for the fourth consecutive day.
Today, new cities and countries have entered the line of protests, most notably Pakistan, Macedonia, Scotland and Milan, Italy.
In Pakistan, the capital, Islamabad, witnessed a massive demonstration to protest against Israel's aggression against the Palestinian people, their land and their holy sites.
The demonstration was organized at the invitation of religious groups.
In cars and motorbikes, the demonstrators headed towards the Pakistani Parliament House.
The demonstrators raised the flags of Palestine and Pakistan on their cars, and chanted slogans against Israel and in support of the Palestinian people.
In the city of Karachi - the largest city in Pakistan - hundreds of protesters condemned the Israeli attacks on the Palestinians and the continuous bombing of the Gaza Strip, and rejected the incursions into the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
French police disperse protesters in Paris yesterday (Getty Images)
In France, hundreds of pro-Palestine protests continued and condemned the Israeli occupation’s attacks on Gaza and Jerusalem, until for the second consecutive day, the French police attacked the demonstrators, fired water cannons, and attacked them with batons and tear gas bombs.
The crowd chanted: "Palestine will live, Palestine will triumph," and "Israel, the criminal."
Lawyers for the Association of Palestinians in the Paris region said, "France is the only democratic country that prohibits these demonstrations."
Part of the protests in London yesterday (Anatolia)
In British Scotland, hundreds took to the streets to demonstrate and protest denouncing the Israeli attacks, this afternoon in the center of Glasgow, and hundreds of supporters of the Palestinian cause and members of Arab communities participated in the demonstration, condemning the Israeli attacks on the Palestinians, chanting slogans calling for an end to the war.
Yesterday, the British capital witnessed massive demonstrations, her mother, tens of thousands, who called on their government to intervene to stop the Israeli attacks on Palestine.
Yesterday, the organizers of the demonstrations in London - including the "Stop the War" coalition, the Muslim League in the United Kingdom, the Campaign for Solidarity with Palestine and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament - said that "the British government is a partner in these actions as long as it provides military, diplomatic and financial support to Israel." And they indicated that about 150,000 people participated in the demonstration.
Hundreds of people demonstrated this afternoon in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam, condemning the Israeli attacks on the Palestinians, and chanting slogans demanding an end to the war.
Hundreds of Macedonians also came out this afternoon in the center of the capital, Skopje, condemning the Israeli attacks on the Palestinians, chanting slogans calling for an end to the Israeli bombing of Gaza and the protection of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Representatives of different organizations, citizens of different ethnic groups, and some Palestinians, Jordanians and Arabs participated in the demonstration.
The demonstrators chanted slogans such as "Freedom for Palestine," "Israel is a terrorist," and "Stop the siege," and they raised the flags of Palestine.
Hundreds participated in the protests in Berlin condemning the Israeli attacks (Anatolia)
Today, protests continued in Germany denouncing the Israeli aggression, as hundreds of supporters of the Palestinian cause and members of Arab communities participated in the center of the German capital Berlin, in a car rally chanting slogans calling for an end to the war.
Thousands of Germans took place yesterday in mass demonstrations in the capital Berlin and a number of other cities at the invitation of pro-Palestinian groups, as 3 demonstrations were allowed in the German capital, including two in the popular neighborhood of Neukölln, south of the city.
The crowd chanted slogans "Gaza is free", "Palestinian life is important", "Save the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood" in East Jerusalem, and calls for demonstrations were launched in other German cities, such as Frankfurt, Leipzig and Hamburg.
Yesterday, many Arab and foreign cities witnessed demonstrations condemning the Israeli attacks, and coincided with the commemoration of the 73rd anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba.
In the United States, several American cities - most notably Washington DC and New York City - witnessed demonstrations that were described as popular in protest against the Israeli attacks on Palestinians in Gaza and Jerusalem.
In Canada, video clips circulated on social networking sites showed, on Saturday, dozens of activists in Canada condemning Israel and in support of Palestine.
According to the clips, Palestinian and Canadian flags were raised during the stand, specifically in the capital, Ottawa.
Brazil also witnessed several protests in many cities, most notably Sao Paulo, where thousands gathered in a demonstration in which they chanted slogans condemning Israel and pro-Palestine.
Thousands of people demonstrated in the Spanish capital Madrid in support of Palestine in a march in the center of the capital, Madrid, chanting on their path from Atocha Station to Piazza de Sol: "It is not war, it is genocide."
In the Polish capital Warsaw, hundreds of people - most of them Palestinians living in Poland - demonstrated in front of the Israeli embassy, waving Palestinian flags and banners reading "Stop the Holocaust of the Palestinians" and "Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine."
Yesterday in Athens, Greek police fired tear gas and water cannons, to disperse pro-Palestinian demonstrators condemning the Israeli attacks on Gaza and Jerusalem.
Hundreds of people marched chanting "Freedom for Palestine" and waving Palestinian flags to the Israeli embassy in Athens, which was surrounded by police buses.
In Switzerland, activists organized a stand yesterday to support the Palestinian cause and condemn the Israeli practices against the Palestinian people.
The video clips showed dozens of protesters who carried banners denouncing the Israeli aggression, and Palestinian flags were raised during the stand.
On Saturday, the Irish capital witnessed marches in solidarity with the Palestinian people against the Israeli occupation attacks in occupied Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
Demonstrators gathered yesterday in front of the Palestinian embassy in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, chanting slogans: "To Jerusalem is peace, to perpetual resistance," "criminal Israel, leave Palestine," "boycott Israel," and "Al-Aqsa Mosque is our honor."
Later, the demonstrators marched towards the Israeli embassy, waving Palestinian flags.
Protests also continued in many Arab cities, most notably Jordan, as thousands demonstrated in the capital, Amman, near the border with the occupied West Bank.
In Iraq, thousands demonstrated yesterday in Baghdad and other cities, and the demonstrators in Tahrir Square in Baghdad - which witnessed the largest gathering - raised the Palestinian and Iraqi flags.
The cities of Basra, Nasiriyah, and Diwaniyah (in the south of the country) witnessed demonstrations in support of Palestine and against Israel.
In Lebanon, protests condemning the Israeli aggression against the Palestinians continued, and rallies were held near the border with Israel to denounce the Israeli occupation, during which two people were injured yesterday by Israeli fire.
In Qatar, the capital, Doha, witnessed yesterday a huge public festival in which thousands participated to denounce the Israeli attacks on Palestine. During the festival, it was emphasized on Palestinian Jerusalem and not forsaking it, and the need to protect Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank.