A rally in support of the Palestinians at the Israeli embassy was dispersed by the police

On Saturday afternoon, a protest was held outside the Israeli embassy in Athens in solidarity with the people of Palestine. Police dispersed the demonstrators with tear gas and water cannons.

The high-rise building housed commercial companies and offices of international media – Associated Press, representative offices of the Qatari television station and others, referring to Al-Arabiya, TASS writes. The Israeli army has so far refrained from commenting.

With banners in hand and shouting slogans, citizens, activists, and Palestinians living in Athens marched through the central streets of the capital, condemning the escalation of violence in the Middle East and the bombing the Gaza Strip

A protest action against Israeli bombing took place today in Thessaloniki.

Under the slogan “Freedom to Palestine,” the Thessaloniki Commission on International Recession and Peace (EDYETH) and the Palestinian District of Thessaloniki protested against Israel’s military operations.

At the rally, which took place at the intersection of Tsimiski and Aristotle Streets, EDYETH President Nikos Zokas and Palestinian Community Vice President Musalam Salim spoke.

Palestinian protests also took place Saturday in several European capitals, including Madrid, London and Paris.

As we reported earlier, Israeli aviation destroyed 11-storey building with offices of the world’s leading media. Before the building was destroyed, editorial staff received a warning from the property owner and left their jobs in panic, the Associated Press reported.

The high-rise building housed commercial companies and offices of international media – Associated Press, representative offices of the Qatari television station and others, referring to Al-Arabiya, TASS writes. The Israeli army has so far refrained from commenting.

At least 128 people, including children, have been killed in the Gaza Strip since Monday. According to UNICEF, 34 children have died in the Gaza Strip and two children in Israel, and 20 women. At least 950 people were injured, according to Palestinian health officials.

According to the Israeli authorities, among the dead on the Israeli side are a soldier killed by an anti-tank missile on the border with the enclave, and six civilians, including two children.





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