Several Arab and European cities witnessed vigils condemning the assassination of journalist Sherine Abu Akleh, where the crime that killed the Al-Jazeera journalist was condemned, while recalling the policies of the Israeli occupation in Palestine.

Dozens in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh took part in a sit-down condemning the assassination of colleague Sherine Abu Akleh and demanded an end to all forms of normalization.

The demonstrators raised Palestinian flags and pictures of the late woman, describing her assassination as a terrorist act and a war crime.

The Palestinian embassy in Nouakchott organized a vigil to condemn the assassination of colleague Sherine, with the participation of media professionals and civil society activists.

The participants raised pictures of the late colleague Shireen and condemned the crime of her assassination, accusing Israel of trying to evade its crimes to avoid punishment.

The participants called for quick action by the international community to punish the perpetrators and provide protection for Palestinian journalists. They also expressed their condemnation and denunciation of the continuous Israeli attacks on the Palestinian people.

In Baghdad, the Palestinian embassy held a funeral for the soul of the martyr Shireen Abu Aqleh, and the Palestinian ambassador, Ahmed Aqel, said in a statement to Al-Jazeera that the Palestinian Authority refused the joint investigation with Israel, because it considered it responsible for the assassination of the Al-Jazeera journalist.

The "Palestine Europe Association" also organized a vigil in the center of the French capital, Paris, to condemn the assassination of colleague Sherine Abu Akleh and to demand accountability for those responsible.

The protesters raised slogans denouncing the Israeli occupation, stressing that the assassination came with a clear and intentional targeting of our colleague Shireen in order to silence her and all voices that convey the truth from Palestine.

They also condemned the Israeli army's attack on the funeral of colleague Shireen, and also denounced what they described as the reluctance of the international stance towards this crime.

Commemorating the Nakba

In London, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign in Britain organized a march to commemorate the 74th anniversary of the Palestinian people's catastrophe.

The campaign said, in a statement, that the demonstration, which was launched in front of the BBC headquarters towards the headquarters of the government, will be attended by deputies, leaders of trade unions, representatives of the Palestinian community in the United Kingdom, and clergymen.

The campaign emphasized the responsibility of the international community to end the apartheid regime imposed on the Palestinians, and to hold the Israeli occupation accountable.

She referred to the demolition of the villages of "Masafer Yatta" south of Hebron and the assassination of fellow journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh in Jenin as the last two examples of these crimes, according to the statement.

In the same context, the Danish capital, Copenhagen, witnessed a march to denounce the crimes of the Israeli occupation and the assassination of colleague Sherine Abu Aqleh. Activists raised Palestinian and Danish flags and chanted slogans condemning the crimes of the occupation.

In the Austrian capital Vienna, a march was organized to denounce the crimes of the Israeli occupation and the assassination of colleague Sherine Abu Aqleh, and activists raised slogans and pictures to shed light on the crimes of the occupation.