Demonstrations against the Israeli war on Gaza continued in many cities and capitals around the world. Thousands gathered to express their anger and condemnation of the ongoing military attacks on the Gaza Strip since the seventh of this month.

On Friday, the cities of Ramallah and Al-Bireh in the occupied West Bank witnessed huge demonstrations after Friday prayers, in which participants expressed their rejection of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, stressing the importance of supporting the Palestinian resistance.

Demonstrations also took place in Ramallah, Tulkarm and Nablus, condemning the Israeli bombardment and supporting the Palestinian resistance in the face of the occupation, according to Palestinian platforms.

Among the demands made by the protesters were the cessation of aggression and the opening of the Rafah crossing to allow the entry of humanitarian aid to those trapped in the Strip.

In the Jordanian capital Amman, thousands gathered in front of the Husseini mosque after prayers. The demonstrators carried slogans calling for the overthrow of the Wadi Araba agreement and the opening of the borders, coinciding with the anniversary of the peace agreement between Jordan and Israel.

The demonstration was part of the Jordanian popular movement in support of the Palestinian resistance and condemning the attack on the Gaza Strip.

In Lebanon, areas including Tripoli, Ain al-Hilweh camp and others witnessed demonstrations in solidarity with Gaza and condemnation of the Israeli aggression on the Strip.

In the Yemeni capital Sanaa, hundreds of demonstrations were held to express their dissatisfaction with the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

During the demonstration, participants chanted slogans in support of the Palestinian resistance and called on the international community to intervene and support the cause of Palestine.

In the Indonesian city of Surabaya, protesters marched in solidarity with the Gaza Strip, which is under intense Israeli bombardment amid a suffocating siege.

Protesters march pro-Palestinians in the Indonesian city of Surabaya (AP)

In New Delhi, India, security forces arrested on Friday afternoon a number of participants in a demonstration in support of Palestine and condemning the Israeli aggression in the Janter Manter area of the capital, and platforms published part of that demonstration.

In London, a group of Britons organized a solidarity event with Palestinian children in front of the Foreign Office.

The participants, accompanied by their children, placed more than 2700,<> dolls in front of the ministry's gate as a symbol of the number of children killed in the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip.

A group of Britons organized an event in solidarity with Palestinian children in front of the Foreign Office (Al Jazeera)

In Istanbul, a protest was held in front of the French consulate to denounce Paris' support for the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

After Friday prayers, a group of members of the Association of Free Thought and Education Rights headed to the French consulate on Istiklal Street.

Demonstrators chanted slogans against countries supporting Israeli attacks, including France.

During the protest, the association's president, Radwan Kaya, said France supported the massacres committed by Israel in Gaza.

During his pro-Israel visit, French President Emmanuel Macron called for fighting Hamas "mercilessly" but "not without rules."

These demonstrations come within the momentum of support for Palestine and condemning the intensive Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip for the 21st day, leaving thousands of martyrs and wounded, with the continuation of the operation "Al-Aqsa Flood" launched by the Palestinian resistance factions at dawn on the seventh of October in response to the attacks of the Israeli occupation and settlers against the Palestinian people and their holy sites.