Demonstrations in support of Palestinians around the globe

Demonstration in support of Palestine in Greece

Oct 9, 2023

Pro-Palestine protests held in countries as Israel bombs Gaza

Oct 8, 2023

Tens of thousands march across many Muslim-majority countries in support of Palestinian resistance groups following Hamas’ unprecedented raid on illegal Israeli settlements and towns.

Tens of thousands of people have marched in solidarity with Palestinian resistance groups following unprecedented attacks on illegal Israeli settlements and towns that have left hundreds dead and wounded.

Hamas, which governs besieged Gaza, said the attack was driven by what it said were Israel’s escalated attacks on Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, occupied Jerusalem and against Palestinians in Israeli prisons.

Israel has launched air strikes that have resulted in the killings of over 230 Palestinians and asked Gaza residents to evacuate immediately.

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Pro-Palestine protesters tell New York City Mayor Eric Adams: ‘Shame on you’

Oct 10, 2023

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is facing backlash from Muslims, Palestinians, and Jewish people after he likened pro-Palestine protestors to “extremists” who support “terrorism”.

In tweets posted on Sunday, he wrote: “Throughout the day, I’ve been monitoring the protest that started in Times Square and that moved through our streets to outside the Israeli Consulate General’s Office in New York.”

“At a moment when innocent people are being slaughtered and children kidnapped in Israel, it is disgusting that this group of extremists would show support for terrorism. I reject this. New York City rejects this.

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“Do not use our streets to spread your hate.”

Middle East Eye asked Mayor Adams how he felt about the criticism he’s received for his tweet likening pro-Palestine protestors to “extremists” who support “terrorism”, and if he felt his tweet was appropriate.

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