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Quds Day march in London

 Supporters of the oppressed Palestinian people participated in the Quds Day march in London to support the Palestinians and express their anger and disgust with the Zionist regime.

Israeli militants and settlers have repeatedly attacked various areas of Palestine in recent days, including the Al-Aqsa Mosque, martyring at least 20 Palestinians and wounding hundreds more.

As the Israeli regime intensifies its repressive actions against the oppressed Palestinian people, protests against Tel Aviv have increased in the United States and Europe.

According to an Iran Press reporter from London, the rally was attended by Zionist opponents from various cities, including Scotland’s Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Watford, and Sheffield, as well as a large number of fasting Muslims, human rights and anti-war groups, Jewish rabbis, social activists, and pro-Palestinians.

Demonstrators held Palestinian flags on Sunday evening, pictures of children in blood because of the Zionist regime’s crimes, handwritten slogans supporting the oppressed Palestinian people, and Lebanese and Iranian flags while marching from the Home Office to the Prime Minister’s Office on Downing Street.

Jacob Weiss, a well-known rabbi and leader of the British-based anti-Zionist movement told Iran Press that his followers wanted the collapse of Israel.

He noted that Israel is a political state that kills children and sets fire to Palestinian farms, but the Jews stand with the followers of other religions against the Zionists.

Source: Iran Press

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